Yes it really is freeEverything you need to start using a care management system, for free, for life.
|Core Module Features|
Customise our care management system
Pick & mix from our extra premium modules, giving you access to a suite of different features
Optional Premium Modules
Even more coming soon…
Our care management system is constantly evolving thanks to the feedback from our community.
Care Plans & Assessments
Questions? We’ve got answers.
Is it really free?
Yes, our core care management system really is free. This includes everything you need to get your care home up and running using electronic care plans and a lot of extra features to boot. For the long answer as to why we’re free, check out our Founder’s Blog post – or get in touch with one of the team.
Is there a limit on the number of residents or staff I can have?
No. Add as many staff and residents as you like. There’s no limit.
What modules are you making in the future?
Our care management system is constantly evolving and we’re trying to add as many new features as we can. To make sure we get this right, we’re making sure we listen to our community and build the things they are asking for. We want to make sure you have everything available in one place. Speak to the team in our live chat (the little pink widget to the right) and talk to us if there’s a specific feature you really need.
How long are module contracts?
We want to give you the most flexibility possible. So no long contracts! All of our optional premium modules are billed up front on a monthly basis and can be cancelled whenever you like.
Can I get a discount if I sign up for longer?
If you like us that much and would like to sign up for a year and pay up front we’ll happily reduce the price of the modules you’d like to subscribe to by 20%. All you need to do is talk to one of the team and we’ll set this up.
What payment methods do you accept?
We accept credit or debit card payments through GoCardless.
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