Enthusiastic care professionals and family members share their experiences.
For Dorrit, who works in communes for people with a (very) serious mental disability, Familienet provides the bridge to family. She says: “Firstly, we have started sharing nice and fun things with family. There are plenty of beautiful moments. A party, a client who is busy working on a task, you name it.” Read more
Thanks to Familienet, Silvia van Bragt is ‘more involved with the care’ of her sister Judith than ever before. Her sister lives with Cello in a commune for people with a mental disability. Silvia: “Nearly every family is on Familienet there, and we are very happy with it. The staff often upload nice pictures and stories.” Read more
Priscilla Tjalma works in a commune for people suffering from dementia. An important part of the communication with family goes through Familienet. She says: “We use Familienet very intensively. It saves us a lot of time, because if you make group messages you can inform thirty people in one go, so to speak.” Read more
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