We don’t need to blow our own trumpet. Our users do it for us, just listen… “Now we’re using it, I don’t know how we managed without it” “The perfect tool to manage compliance and record keeping” “It’s saving me around 30-40 minutes per Educator visit” “Very impressed, and it’s so user friendly” “Such a time saver when it comes to paper work” “We love it!” .. and yes we know its not a trumpet 🙂 #familydaycarecoordinated #yourwindowonfdc
Are you up to date with the new fact sheet from ACECQA on record keeping in Family Day Care? FDSee covers all the bases for your Service, enabling compliance and making you more efficient. Check out the information below and click on the link for the fact sheet. Approved providers and family day care educators are responsible for compliance with record keeping requirements in accordance with the Education and Care Services National Law. However, other staff such as family day care co-ordinators and nominated supervisors are often responsible for overseeing record keeping practices in family day care services and for ensuring day-to-day compliance with record keeping requirements. It is important … Read More
How do you manage your Requests for Care? Do you have whiteboards? Multiple lists? Spreadheets? Paper? Do you wish you had a system to manage all of this for you, linked to your Educators and Families? FDSee can do all of this for you. You simply enter the Requests for Care as they come in, assign your waitlisted or referred Educators and FDSee does the rest for you – sending emails to parents and Educators (and all these emails can be turned off and/or totally customised to fit your own process). When a child is ‘Placed’ all the details in the system are updated, the child is assigned to the Educator … Read More
Visibility Part of what we mean by Family Day Care Coordinated is the visibility FDSee gives you about what is going on in your Service. At a glance you are able to see who is visiting who and when, if the visits are due or overdue (based on each Educator’s individual needs), and if visits have been completed (in real time). FDSee has a standard colour code throughout; red meaning overdue, blue meaning due within 7 days and green meaning due in more than 7 days time. In the calendar, grey means the visit has been completed and a report finalised.
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