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Improve Care Communication


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Improve Care Communication


Download Carely & Start Today

 

Carely is a mobile application developed specifically to support caregivers and their family. An easy-to-use, central, secure place to communicate about providing care as a family.


 
 
 

"I can't visit right now, but the app is helping me keep my head up about Grandpa. Thanks!"

- Kyle M.


"The app has been great so far, and I'm really excited about the next version!" 

- John S. 


"Carely really is a time reliever and a mental-health saver."

- Bev D. 


 

OUR INSPIRATION

The inspiration from our app came from our founder's experience as an entrepreneur in residence at Brookdale Senior Living. 

 

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Carely Provider Pages

Often family members receive a lot of paperwork from a lot of providers at a lot of different phases of care.

This can be overwhelming and hard to access for other members of the family that are hoping to learn more about the level of care needed at that time and the ways they can help. Even when families are local, it can be a burden for the primary caregiver to explain and re-explain various stages of care. 

Carely Provider Pages offer healthcare organizations the opportunity to give information to patients and families via the Carely mobile application. 

While we don't think the packets and handouts will be going away soon or even totally replaced by Carely's Provider Pages, we do think that giving families information via a mobile app is a great layer of support that meets families where they are.  

Katherine's Story with Carely Provider Pages

Recently, Katherine learned her mother was diagnosed with a serious illness and the doctor recommended that the family talk to the hospital's palliative care team.

The palliative care social worker gave Katherine and her family members a Carely card during their visit.

She explained that the Carely app can help the family organize visits and keep each other in the loop about what's going on with their mom's care. 

The palliative care social worker suggested the family follow the hospital-based palliative care team's Provider Page on Carely, explaining that this page includes information about what palliative care is, who the palliative care team members are, and resources the palliative care team organized for patients and families.

Katherine invited her family to use Carely, and, instead of making copies of paperwork, explaining and re-explaining to the family about what palliative care is, she could connect the family with the palliative care team's Provider Page on Carely and all of the organized mobile accessible resources. 

This helped Katherine's family understand that palliative care is appropriate at any stage of a serious illness and that they could browse other Provider Pages--from home health organizations to hospices. If Katherine's mother's care needs change, the family can browse the Carely Provider Pages and resources from local organizations and easily call them from within the Carely app.