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Category Archives: Care employee apps

Getting to know Ok Alone

Ok Alone is a lone worker app and safety monitor that has replaced Safety Line.

The app has been downloaded on the Care provided phone for each residence and/or Individual within the organization.

Getting started:

Your name and personal pin will be posted on ShareVision on the homepage of the Individual and/or residence pages.

Once logged in, the app will prompt you to ‘Start Shift’, click start shift.

How it works:

The app  then notifies you when your next check in is due and at that time press ‘I’m Ok’. If you do need help, click ‘Help’ and your Residential Coordinator or Team Lead will be contacted immediately.

The ‘End Shift’ option is only applicable to a sleep shift but it is important to remember to start shift once the sleep shift ends.

If you ignore the ‘I’m Ok’ screen and do not respond, an alarm will go off.

Please do not send messages through the app. If you require further assistance, please contact your Residential Coordinator or Team Lead.

Getting to know GOeVisit

Have you tried GOeVisit yet? It is a Virtual Healthcare network for full-time Care employees and there are NO limits on the number of times you use it!

Where is it?

You can find the link in the Employees tab on the carehelps.ca website or you can download the app.

How it works:

After you have created your account and signed in, click on your profile.

Now you choose what health concern you need care for. There are numerous options; everything from bladder infection to ear pain, birth control to acne. There are more than 450 medical conditions to choose from.

Once you choose your health concern you will be prompted to start your SmartExam.

From there you will be asked a series of questions to get a better understanding of your health concern and symptoms.

At anytime you are able to restart the exam.

Once all your information is compiled and analyzed, you will be given instructions of what to do. That could be seek immediate care from a hospital, make an appointment for care or a representative will call you and help fill your prescription at a pharmacy of your choosing.

The SmartExam can take anywhere from 5-15 minutes.

And that’s it! It REALLY is that easy.