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Track medications and store legal, financial, and medical documents all in one place for your loved one.
Create a “village” of family and friends so others can volunteer to help with transportation, meal delivery, errands, and companion care
Create a care plan with daily activities for others to follow while you’re away from home
Stay engaged and in contact at all times, even when others are caring for your loved one with the wellness journal, secure in-app messaging, and notifications
Keep a repository of a loved one’s medications and upload photos of the medications and labels.
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