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Connected Home Care Portal

Online Daily Reports in home care 

We provide the Connected Home Care portal at no additional charge to all our clients. Whether you are across town or across the country, we give you a "window into the living room" of your loved ones in our care, all in one convenient place. Some of the features that are available to you are listed here:

  • Login/logout times
  • Hourly event logs
  • Changes in status
  • Photos
  • Billing
  • Following doctor's orders
  • Daily summary notes
  • Meds & meals reports
  • Schedule management
  • Messages to care team
  • Budgeting

Daily Reports

Know in real time when a caregiver logs in or out for a visit. Posted photos can be seen within minutes. Review your loved one's status, meals, and activities on a daily basis - and on your own time. You can control who has access to your family's private, secure web portal.

Manage Your Budget

Always know what you're spending on home care, plan your budget for upcoming visits, and pay your bill with a mouse-click with our convenient, secure payment system.

View/Edit Upcoming Visits

Leave a message for caregivers if you have a special request. Change visit times, add new visits or cancel upcoming visits if necessary.

Caring Companion Home Care is family-owned home care agency dedicated to improving the lives of seniors. Providing reliable, flexible in-home care services to keep your family safe and comfortable in the home they love. We serve families in the Massachusetts, Maine, and New Hampshire.

Because we are committed to delivering the highest level of service, we developed a nationally-recognized web-based home care communications system. Our home care companions in your loved one's home update a private, secure, family web portal — a “window into the living room” with photos, activity logs, and daily reports. Home care reports you can review on your own time to be sure your loved ones get the care they deserve.

If you are concerned about the safety of a loved one, a good, objective, list of criteria to determine the safety of elders living alone has been published by Profs Hall, Bossen, and Specht at the University of Iowa. This can help you start to determine whether your loved one may need help to continue living in the residence of his or her choice.


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