Caregiver apps

Compiled from Caregivers for Home (have you seen their site? some great info!)… listed below are some apps to help support you during day-to-day care:

To keep all your info in one place. Log essential personal information, like insurance; set up a calendar for caregiving events; manage medications, create a contact list, and keep a medical history log… also you can share information with family members under tight security features.

Balance

For the Alzheimer’s caregiver. It offers reference and information, caregiving advice, medication management features, and up-to-date news on Alzheimer’s disease. There is also a “doctor diary” for logging symptoms and taking notes that may be relevant to the next visit.

CareZone

To share. Invite family and friends to join you as “helpers” and create a shareable task list, journal, pictures and recorded voice message.

Mobicare

To keep track of meds and symptoms  Keep a profile of the person you’re caring for and basic symptom tracking system. You can also track medications.

RX Personal Caregiver

To manage medications. Track doses, dosage, refills, and missed dose instructions. Includes a guide to over 15,000 drugs and sends FDA alerts for recalled medications.

Unfrazzle

To maintain productivity in multitasking. Features include to-do lists, journals, excellent tracking methods, and easy ways to share information with family members and friends.

Elder 411

To get expert advice. Advice categorized into 10 eldercare topics. You can add your own notes to any of the tips. This app serves as a great resource of information and advice for caregivers.

Pocket First Aid & CPR

For day-to-day and emergency needs. All content from the American Heart Association. A great resource for immediate first aid and CPR needs.

Also, check out more of my favourite apps for Parkinson’s, from the World Parkinson Congress and National Parkinson Foundation. Do you have any more to add to the list? Let me know in the comments below! much love.