About The MyAmego® system
The MyAmego® system combines nurse call and assistive technology to support carers and care staff looking after people with dementia and other long-term mental health conditions.
In communal living environments such as residential care/nursing homes, assisted living and hospitals MyAmego® can be used both as a standalone "passive" system generating automatic alerts and messages or linked to nurse call systems: and is used for maintaining and enabling lifestyle choices such as mobility, independence and enhancing dignity, while safeguarding care/nursing staff and residents. The system is ideal for any organisation looking to consistently promote, deliver and evidence high quality person centred care and ongoing assessment.
In people's own homes MyAmego® enables users to maintain their quality of life and a degree of ‘independence’ without the need for constant intrusive monitoring by carers. It gives both service user and carer the confidence that risks to the individual are being monitored and alerted.
The application provides information and reporting on the following:
- Where residents/patients spend their time over different periods.
- How active residents/patients are over different periods.
- The amount of care time spent by care staff/nurses in residents/patients' bed rooms.
- The amount of time care staff/nurses spend in different rooms.
- Nurse Calls by Location.
- Nurse Calls by Resident.
- Nurse Calls Time to Respond (by Day and night).
These support ongoing regulatory reporting and care planning requirements for CQC and local Quality Assurance assessment.
The system has been developed to conform to the Mental Capacity Act 2007/DOLS 2009 and it supports conformance for carehome CQC rating.