Supporting care professionals

Canary Care is being used in assessments, helping people coming home from hospital, and supporting independence at home. It helps carers, professionals and families to make better decisions about support based on objective evidence, gathered in a safe, non-intrusive way.

Canary Care’s 24/7 evidence of a person’s routine and daily activities can help support them maintain their lifestyle, including coping with dementia, accessing support for mental health issues, and providing carers for children and adults with learning difficulties with information for when they cannot be in attendance.

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Assessment & Reablement

Providing evidence for carers and Occupational Therapists to make the correct support decisions

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Learning Difficulties

Helping carers make the right support decisions.

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Dementia care

Reassurance and support to ensure independent life can continue for longer

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Coming home from hospital

Adapting home life to support the best possible recovery.

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Help for carers

Making sure care is responsive as needs change.

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For Health and Care Commissioners

Connecting families and local authorities in organising care.

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