In an effort to highlight the benefits of technology and blend it with health & wellness, I’ve comprised the following list of ten iPhone Apps that may be helpful for caregivers:
What are some other apps you use as a caregiver? Are there any standard apps that can be tweaked to fit your needs?
Great iPhone apps. Thank you for the info. I’ve added 1,7,8 to try. Had a few of the others already. Aren’t these iPhone apps great!— Kaye Swain - SandwichINK / June 23rd, 2010 at 10:33 pm
Please let me know what you think of 1, 7, and 8. I enjoy finding ways of using ordinary apps for caregivers. Thanks for reading!
Great article. I want to tell you about the iBiomed App. It is available on the iPod/iPhone/iPad. For a detailed description of it’s many vital features for caregivers go to http://www.biomedprofile.com/
Watch a Demo to see the App at work at: http://www.biomedprofile.com/demo.htm
We have moved beyond the world of Apps to become a free Web service as we are aware that putting the functionalities of the App online makes it accessible to everyone not just people with smart phones. Go to http://bit.ly/eoHQUR to be notified when iBiomed Health Organizer & Network is released to the general public. We also realize that the smart phone market is very diverse and knowing the financial burden attached to being a caregiver we were compelled to build a web version for users who do not have a smartphone. In our journey with our son we realize that caregivers need Health care providers, Rehabilitation therapists, nutritionists and mentors to be on the same page when it comes to improving the quality of care for their loved one. The Web service allows these entities to enter instructions & information to guide the caregiver for a senior. It is now in the testing phase. Here is a link to pictures of what it will look like: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=188241727857292&set=a.188241557857309.51353.146190262062439
For up-to-date-news, join iBiomed at: http://www.facebook.com/ibiomed and http://www.twitter.com/ibiomedapp
We thank you for bringing attention to the plight of caregivers.