If your family already has a caregiver, Kindly Care’s app will help you accomplish the following tasks 100% free of charge:
- Schedule shifts
- Define tasks and provide instructions
- Stay connected with your care team through in-app chat
- Receive daily shift notes and progress reports
- Collect and review timesheets
Optionally, if you require payroll processing and tax compliance for your caregiver employees, Kindly Care’s app seamlessly integrates with our professional payroll service, which includes insurance, weekly payroll processing, quarterly tax remittance and year-end tax paperwork.
The above features are available nationwide. Should you need help finding a caregiver in the San Francisco Bay Area, we can also connect you with vetted and background-checked professional, who you can manage through the app alongside your existing care team.
This update includes improvements to the chat system and a couple of small bugfixes.
Ratings and Reviews
quirky and a tad misleading
KindlyCare is just a match making app basically - they don’t provide much more than matching you with patients in need of caregiving. I applied and went through the registration process which is actually easy and pretty slick as far as constructing a profile but their website/app is not very intuitive from there as far as just logging in and applying for a job. All roads lead back to “apply now” but if you’re already registered it says so and there’s nothing else to do, no where to go from there but there is no confirmation that you’ve actually just applied. I called to get this understanding but in speaking with the specialists NONE of the jobs listed are available for one reason or another so they advise you to just wait til you get a text alert for a new job whenever that might be. I was advised to reply to each text alert job whether I think I’m right for it and want to apply or whether I decline the job it so I keep getting alerts, again whenever that might be and how many others are getting the same alert - who knows I guess the first to apply gets forwarded to the client and it’s probably the same process for them. It just doesn’t seem like a very intuitive way to go about things it just funnels applicants to patients and listings to caregivers but there’s not a lot of filtering or oversight. It’s a good start and I am understanding of it needing work as an app and resource but listing a dozen jobs online that are on hold or inactive is just plain misleading.
I love but help
So I made my account and but it forgot my password and it won’t let me reset password . Can anyone help me with this .
Senior Care and technology are a difficult match.
We soon realized that my mom was going to have a very hard time using this app and myself and siblings don’t want to have to manage it.
Going with a local owned location and leaving it to them
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.