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pre-admission, health and risk assessments

dementia care mapping tool comes as standard

assessment tools for every stage of a care home resident’s stay

care-Log+ contains comprehensive assessment documentation for every stage of a resident's stay in your care home. Key standards such as Braden, EUAP pressure sore tool, MUST, Waterlow and the NHS-based Decision Support Tool are all included. But because we know that care homes develop their own assessment tools over time or modify standards to fit their own circumstances, the software also allows all assessment scorecards to be edited so that modified or additional questions, responses, scores and even complete sections can be accommodated within any assessment. Responses are colour coded using the traffic light system for added clarity.

care-Log+ is continuously updated as revised or new health assessments emerge and legal frameworks change. The standard software includes the University of Bradford’s Dementia Care Mapping tool with full graphical analysis, together with a Mental Capacity Act best interests assessment and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards checklist.


For more information about creating practical assessment documentation with easyLog’s care-Log+ care home management system, talk to one of our team on 01892 834406. You can also watch a video on care-Log+ and read about our everyday essentials version of this software.

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Completing a mental capacity (best interests) assessment Assessments can include images to assist care staff in recognising the correct response Assessment scores are automatically graphed to aid carers

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