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1:1 Observation

Provide a Wide Range of Observations

Care Vision enables you to record a wide range of one-to-one observations, all in the same place, including ABC charts, sleep/awake diaries etc. Thanks to Care Vision’s intuitive, user-friendly platform, this feature can be easily understood and accessed by all team members.

Attendance tracking software

In pre-digital days, care home staff routinely used manual clock-in systems and signing in sheets to record their comings and goings. Not only was this cumbersome and time consuming, it was also open to abuse and misunderstandings. Switching to a digital clocking in system removes the ambiguity and produces an accurate, central record for attendance management, payroll and security functions. Using attendance tracking software also helps people to analyse patterns in staff movements and timings of shifts. This enables more effective planning to be put in place and helps management to spot any problems or concerns before they become more serious.

Facial recognition software for clocking in

Our attendance tracking and clocking-in software uses the latest in facial recognition software to record staff movement at the start and end of shifts. This limits physical contact with the clocking-in device to aid hygiene management and eliminate cross infection. It also does away with the need for staff to keep electronic fobs on them at all times that can be lost or stolen. The tracking software also links directly to HR functionality that monitors attendance, breaktimes, sickness and lateness. The facial recognition software for staff clocking in works separately to visitor entry procedures, making the process quick and easy.

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Charts and Activity Records

Carers can use Care Vision’s system to record behavioural changes for each resident using interactive charts and activity records. The feature helps build a comprehensive history for residents around participation in activities and any areas of concern around behavior or mood.

Sleep/Awake Diaries and Personal Care

A Sleep/Awake Diary provides useful information, and is a key part of the Care Vision observation module. Moreover, it also enables staff to maintain and keep records about hygiene and general wellbeing, as well as notes around morning and evening personal care routines.

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Key Benefits

Observations is the bridge between Carers and seniors involved in Care Planning
Help provide tailored treatment to specific residents.
Maintain records of personal care and assistance.
Ensure staff remain informed and up-to-date on residents’ observations.

FAQ’s Section

01How are observations carried out in the care sector?
Observations are made in order to monitor any trends or changes in a care home resident or patient’s health or social wellbeing. It is important to use as many senses as possible when observing a person, including sight, hearing, smell and touch to obtain as full a picture as possible. Access a residents mobility etc
02What are the three levels of observation?

The following list defines three levels of observation generally recognised in the care sector:


Level 1: Regular observations with twice-daily interventions.


Level 2: Increased observations and more frequent care rounds, with interventions lasting 15 to 90 minutes.


Level 3: Intensified observations with the individual kept in sight at all times and increased monitoring and recording.