Maslow for The Elderly

How to use Maslow
for The Elderly

As you get older, you may need some help with your personal care, around the house or with shopping. You may find yourself in need of help and support from outside your family and friends – that’s okay! By creating a strong support team, you can still continue to do all the things you enjoy. With Maslow on your team, you can organise your help and manage it all in one place!

It’s okay to ask for help!

Often as you become older certain parts of your body start to not work as well as they once did. You may experience difficulty carrying heavy objects, walking distances to the shops, driving, looking after your garden. So that you can continue to enjoy these aspects of your life, it’s okay to ask for help! Developing a support group to help you is a great way to maintain your activity levels and allows you the ability to continue doing the things you love!

How can Maslow help?

Maslow is great at managing your support team so you don’t have to! With Maslow you can organise your support team and create a schedule for your support team so you can maintain your independence and shape how each day looks for you all in the one place. By doing this you will be able to:

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Create in depth care routines and add images and videos to provide your support team all the tools they need to help you with your activities.

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Allow your therapists to create rehab programs that you can complete and provide feedback on increasing the quality of your in-person therapy time

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Reduce the training time of your care team for complex care activities like helping with your shopping

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