SafeKeeping offers free software for senior care facilities
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (Inside INdiana Business) – Evansville-based SafeKeeping Inc. has announced that it is providing free software to all senior care facilities in the U.S. and Canada. The software company says its Family Communicator platform can help isolated senior citizens by connecting them to their loved ones and caretakers.
SafeKeeping says its platform enables staff to send real-time mass notifications to families via SMS text and email, and a PointClickCare integration allows families access to resident health information.
Senior care facilities around the nation have imposed strict no-visitation policies, and the company says its PointClickCare partner program can help healthcare facilities by sharing resident health updates with families.
SafeKeeping CEO Doug Wilcox says his company is on a mission to help senior care centers create and establish better ways of communicating and staying connected with family and friends.
“Having partnered with PointClickCare – and thanks to their cooperation – we can provide our software to facilities wanting to keep families connected and give peace-of-mind that their loved ones are safe.” Wilcox said.
The company says facilities currently using the platform are seeing a reduction in time-consuming resident update requests from family members and improved family satisfaction.
More information can be found by clicking here.
SafeKeeping was the winner of Zionsville’s zWORKS Pitch Night in October 2019.