We are on a mission to change how we care for our parents’ generation. Our mobile app records real time resident activity, coordinates care and provides meaningful insights.
We have made it easier for Carers to spend less time on paperwork and more time with residents, and for care home owners to have more visibility into what’s happening day to day.
We have developed our app jointly with key members of the care sector community, and directly with care homes, to help you ensure the right standard of care is being delivered. Our paperless care plan goes beyond digitizing mandatory care standards; it puts residents at the heart and reminds people why they got into care in the first place.
We can have you up and running in a matter of hours with no costly IT infrastructure needed.
OUR DRIVING BELIEFS
If you read our founder’s stories you will learn that we have experienced firsthand how hard caring can be. Through our work with the care sector we appreciate just some of the pressures you face include retaining high quality Carers, increasing regulatory burdens, and affording the ever-harder economics.
The exciting thing about our work is that we live at a point in time when incredible innovations come to market every day, and we see no reason why the care industry should not benefit from these technological advances.
As KareInn continues to grow we have maintained focus on our personal beliefs:
- That the quality of life for those with dementia can be dramatically improved in our life time
- That a personalized experience based on insights improves quality of life
- Good coordination of care will enable more human to human interaction
WHO WE ARE
Founded in 2015 by three people determined to improve the quality of life for our parents’ generation. We envision a world where people in need of professional care spend the rest of their lives in care with confidence and dignity.
Alex is former carer. Prior to KareInn, Alex developed leading healthcare solutions for four London NHS Trusts including Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital and King’s College Hospital.
He started KareInn out of a desire to “make digital matter”. Eric brings 30 years of disruptive innovation in big corporations and start-ups.
Sits on KareInn's Board of Directors. John is a member of Alzheimer’s Society Research Network, a corporate finance advisor to the care industry and a former carer.