Person Centred Software is a one-stop solution for care providers of all types and sizes. Furthermore, we are the only company offering care providers a complete ecosystem of care with an unrivalled selection of best-in-class partners.
We provide a wide range of products and services, so you don't need to look elsewhere!
Person Centred Software began in 2013 with just a few care homes using its Digital Care Planning System. Today, over 4,000 care providers and 250,000 care staff are trained across Person Centred Software's range of digital technologies, including but not limited to the Digital Care Planning System (care planning software), ATLAS eMAR (a market-leading electronic medicines management system), Digital Reception (a front-of-house, hands-free reception system), a Maintenance and Asset Management tool (to manage and monitor all assets and maintenance jobs across health and social care) and the company's new Oomph Activities and Wellbeing platform, which provides a range of services around wellbeing activities for residents and staff and much more!
Our goal is to provide you with all the essential information you need so you can improve your care service and spend more time with your residents doing the things they enjoy.
Care providers have different needs and criteria when selecting care planning software. That's why we, one of the largest providers of care software, have a one-stop solution offering a complete ecosystem of care with a wide selection of best-in-class partners.
See below what our Digital Care Planning Software has to offer and why it's the best in the UK.
Our Digital Care Planning Software (Digital Social Care Record) has a whole heap of benefits:
Every year since our launch in 2013, we have spoken extensively with existing and potential care providers about what they think about our Digital Care Planning Software.
See below a selection of customer reviews detailing why our digital care planning software is the best.
Hear what our customers say about our Digital Care Planning System
Read our guide on how to go digital with your social care records