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For agencies and caregivers to provide the best care to their clients,
empathy is a key component


What is Empathy care?

Empathy is defined as the capacity to understand or feel what another person is experiencing. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias can cause people to act in different and unpredictable ways. Some individuals become anxious or aggressive. Others repeat certain questions or gestures. Many misinterpret what they hear. These types of reactions can lead to misunderstanding, frustration and tension, particularly between the person with dementia and the caregiver.
Empathy platform is built around the Agency and caregivers understanding the client’s daily needs, challenges as well as documented medical conditions. Our platform tracks the client’s special needs such as medications, dietary needs, daily routines, vitals reports and much more in order empower caregivers and agencies to take the right actions at the right time.
Empathy Care has also created a one of a kind behavioral chart that assists caregivers and families to respond to dementia and other conditions that causes unpredictable behavior. By internalizing what the client goes through every day, Agencies and caregivers can begin to deliver care based not on just tasks and duties, but compassion and on empathy. Our goal is to build empathy care between the Agency and the client over time.

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