Care Planning Software For People with Physical Disabilities

Aspirico offers providers of care and support for people with physical disabilities a comprehensive person-centred care management software – iplanit. If your organisation supports individuals with Acquired Brain or Spinal Injury and degenerative conditions such as Motor Neurone Disease and Multiple Sclerosis,a care planning tool like iplanit could help to bring your support into the digital age.

Care plans are built around the Service User with the possibility of having multiple providers with online access to the plan as well as family members and others within the circle-of-support.

iplanit can help to improve communication and cooperation between services in real-time, bettering outcomes and identifying potential incidents or deteriorations. This online approach allows for quick implementation of preventative intervention or enhancements to services.


Optional Modules featured below can be rolled out in addition to Core iplanit

Location Management Module

The Location Management Module

The Location Module enhances service delivery in supported living and residential environments. Providers with multiple locations can digitally plan location specific group events along with instant recording of notes and incidents that are specific to that area.

Support Tasks Module

The Support Tasks Module

The Support Task module is particularly popular amongst providers of community and day support services as it allows for scheduling and recording regular or one-off activities. Personal care, meal preparation, nurse visits and medical appointments can all be recorded as an added feature to the iplanit care planning tool.

For an overview of all Core and Optional iplanit care management software modules , click here


What is a digital care management system?

Digital Care Management allows care and support providers to keep a person’s information up to date on an online system as opposed to having exclusively paper based methods. Information and reports can be accessed by care managers at the touch of a button.