If you’re an aging parent, spending time with kids or in any way disabled, you know it’s a tough job. Child care arrangements at home and out shopping, while maintaining meals, medications and related necessities is all challenging work. That’s where CareZone comes in.
CareZone, a private service for people who take care of significant others, has enhanced its service. The company has rendered a private but comprehensive online service to help individuals and families care for their loved ones.
CareZone has made significant improvements to its core offerings. The new platform offers an integrated voice broadcast feature to eliminate time-consuming phone trees for dozens of recipients; a shared family calendar to coordinate helpers for a child or elderly parent; and mobile accessibility via a new iPhone (News - Alert) app.
Jonathan Schwartz, CEO at CareZone, said in a statement, “Getting organized around the care for a child or someone in need has never been safer – or easier. Our singular objective is to provide parents and those helping others with a worry free, miraculously productive place to organize, coordinate and stay in sync.”
With new updates, CareZone Broadcast enables users to distribute a voice update to their extended family, care group or community organization. Additionally, CareZone Calendar enables subscribers to create a schedule on behalf of a parent, child or family; share that calendar with helpers and extended family; and track the status and completion of each designated task.
Other core CareZone iPhone applications are also available for the iPhone, and accounts can be shared with others in numerous ways. The app also enables families to share contacts or medication lists, stay informed through a shared journal, and have easy access to scanned or stored images and documents.
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Edited by Braden Becker