We know that providing support and care for a loved can be hard, time consuming, overwhelming and tiring. That’s why we’ve created YooToo, an app that aims to support you and your family to coordinate and communicate care and support around a loved one. But how can it help?
Share the care
YooToo can help you easily share care and support with other family members by enabling you to coordinate visits between you, helping you to feel less overwhelmed and in control of what’s happening when. How? Well, visits can be scheduled by each team member and to-do tasks can be added and assigned to different people – which can all be viewed in the apps schedule.
Stay in the loop
Whether you live around the corner or in a different country, YooToo can ensure you’re kept up to date with everything that’s going on, from hospital appointments to medication schedules you’ll always be in the know. Plus, when others visit, they can check-in and provide an update, so no matter where you are, you’ll know what’s going on.
Organising care and support can be stressful. It can involve multiple phone calls to different family members, group chat messages, long email chains, Post It notes on fridges and many other forms of communication. It’s easy for messages to get lost, miscommunicated or never reach the person. In YooToo, you can bring everything and everyone together in one place. Enabling you to provide an update in one place, at one time and know that all team members will receive it.
Have peace of mind
Providing care and support for a loved one can be stressful especially when you’re juggling your own life, work and more at the same time. YooToo can help give you the peace of mind that your team are working together to provide the best possible care and support for your loved one.
Know you’re not alone
YooToo also has an online community - in fact you’re on it now! It’s packed with information, articles and events that can help provide advice and reassure you that you’re not alone. There are articles on a range of topics including community support, national helplines and supporting loved ones from a distance. Take time to explore the online community, share your own advice and ask questions.