Care activity descriptions and plans are written from the perspective of the service user. It serves as a reminder that care should have a focus on the service user’s consent, needs, preferences, and choices.
Providing care is not a static activity. Sekoia reminds you to review care tasks and plans. To make sure they are always reflecting reality. And daily tasks and routines for the service-user are updated accordingly.
Sekoia is created in a way that places the service user at the centre of the system. It then branches out to the people that are involved with the service user in various capacities. Including the care staff and management, the family/relatives, activity co-ordinators, medical practitioners. It has the flexibility to accommodate as many people as are pertinent to delivering the highest quality of care to the resident.