Your clients are more self-reliant with an interactive infoboard
Providing carers and people with learning difficulties, autism, brain injuries etc with clear information, schedules and day-to-day instruction, is a challenge.
Digital infoboards help! The clear layout helps make a person more self-sufficient and reduces stress with clear schedules & up-to-date information.
Provide up-to-date information
Engage residents, visitors or the public with up-to-date with news or narrowcasting, theme pages and videos on the digital information board.
Simply add new tabs, layouts and contents using the easy-to-use drag & drop editor. You can do this from any location. The boards will update automatically.
Connect the board to a built-in newsfeed system to make authoring easier.
Who is working? Who is going to do what?
See at one glance who is on duty at which moment. Need to change the shift schedule? You can do this easily from any location or device or directly on the touchscreen itself.
In the same way you can organise tasks for groups of people. Start the day together and assign work directly on the touchscreen!
Reduce stress, uncertainty and anxiety
Having a clear picture of what is going to happen now, later today and later this week can greatly reduce stress and anxiety.
The digital infoboard from RoutineFactory provides clear visual schedules. Use clocks, pictures, countdown clocks & photos to make the schedules easier to understand.
Adaptable and easy to use
You can customise the digital infoboards in RoutineFactory for your specific use. We think this is very important to make the solution suitable and successful for individual needs.
Display the infoboard on any device that has a internet-browser. For example a tv or touchscreen mounted on a wall, iPad or tablet, laptop or even phone.
Interested in using the infoboards in your organisation?
Please use the form on the right or send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org, we are happy to advice!
We can also provide concrete advice on different technical solutions, i.e suitable touchscreens.
You can also find more technical information in our: Information board manual