WoofNet is a simple online system that displays information on a Digital Noticeboard placed in a suitable place in an Individual's House, Apartment or Room.
Information of any description can be updated by those provided with access by the Account Holder, making it possible for an Individual suffering from memory loss or confusion to view at any time, and as often as required, any details they need to remind themselves of.
About the MemBo Noticeboard System
MemBo Noticeboard replaces Wall Calendars & Whiteboards with a live Noticeboard that can be updated by multiple people from Computers, Tablets and Mobile Phones.
It's super-easy to use, and consists of an App that displays Appointments, Notes, Photos and Documents on Tablets and Mobile Phones, and Online Management Hubs for Families, for In-Home Care Providers, and for Residential Facilities.
MemBo Community for Residential Communities
MemBo Noticeboard for Individuals & Famlies
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Individuals can take a Personal Membership which enables the display of appointments, notes and photos on a Private Noticeboard.
Access can be provided to Family & Carers, and to In-Home Care Providers if desired.
In-Home Care Providers can be provided with access to manage appointments for multiple Clients in the Organisation Management Hub, and with permission can directly access Client Noticeboards on-the-run from Tablet or Mobile Phone.
Residential Facilities can display information and documents on their Community Noticeboards, providing access for Residents and their Families & Carers.
Residents can activate a Personal Membership enabling use of a Private Noticeboard which can also integrate with the Community Noticeboard.
“The MemBo noticeboards has been great for me to help Mum keep in touch with what is happening in her daily life. I am able to upload all of her activities at the facility she is living as well as add other notes about her bank accounts, when I am coming to visit and any other messages.
I hope the day comes when this communication tool is the norm across all aged care facilities – where families can leave messages and the staff can add notes about the visits they have had and leave clinical notes for the family.
I commend Mark & Anne-Louise for seeing a gap and taking up the challenge to provide a simple and better solution.”
“We are loving the ability for therapists to input their notes so kids and I are updated, and it enables easy multi-disciplinary approach.”
“I started using MemBo Noticeboard for my 89 year-old mother in August 2019 because she was having trouble remembering what was going on, and that was causing her a great deal of worry and even panic. In turn, this was creating a lot of stress for us.
Our experience when we first put the Noticeboard into my mother’s place was that her feelings of worry and panic reduced pretty much straight away, and with it, the numerous calls I was taking from her to confirm what was going on.
Since then we have continued to use the Noticeboard to great effect. She knows what’s going on in her day because she can check it any time, and my mother would be lost without it.
It keeps her settled, and she feels more confident - all of which has been a real gift for her and for us.
And instead of having to march over there to update her calendar in person, I can jump on the mobile and the update is immediate.
MemBo Noticeboard has made a significant difference to my mother’s wellbeing and quality of life, and for us, it has helped alleviate the carer overwhelm we were feeling.
If you’re supporting someone who is having trouble remembering or organising day to day, I would highly recommend you take a look.”
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“We had been working with dad’s pocket diary and a whiteboard, but that wasn’t helping me to know what was going on and whether he was getting the help he needed. I have found the Noticeboard really beneficial because I can now keep track.
The best example was recently when the home care nurses told me that dad was a bit puffy and they were concerned, but dad was never going to remember to tell the doctor that. With MemBo all I had to do was check when his next doctor’s appointment was and ring them to make sure the doctor was aware of this issue.
It’s been a real life saver, and an absolute relief to be able to know what’s going on.”
Tablet to display the Noticeboard - we recommend 10" or larger for general areas, 7" or 8" for bedrooms or smaller spaces
Tablet Stand or Wall Mount to ensure the Noticeboard is on display at all times
Internet (if no broadband is available a mobile hot-spot can be purchased for approximately $50, or an unused mobile phone can be designated as a hot spot)