2. Press “Sign Up”.
3. Fill out your information including name and email address.
4. Create a password, it must be at least 8 characters and include a capital letter, a number, and a special character (like a ‘?’ or ‘&’).
Now you can Create a Trusted Circle
1. Give your Trusted Circle a name, for example “Grandpa’s Circle” or “The Smith Family Circle”.
2. Do you coordinate or share information with others? Select “yes” or “no”
Invite Circle Members – This is a critical step.
1. Enter the name and email address of the each person that you’d like to invite.
2. Select if you’d like the member to be included in details about Daily Living, Medical care, Financial care, multiple, or all functions. This will be important as WayWiser grows and you use our platform to share a myriad of information about your loved.
3. Invite as many people as you’d like. Include family members, paid caregivers, or any other people who help in the care of your loved one.
4. Each person that you invite will receive an email notifying them, but it would be best for you to reach out as well to let them know.
Caregiving takes a village. Creating a Trusted Circle™ of support around you has immeasurable benefits and WayWiser provides the perfect place to do just that.
Connect easily and regularly with those you lean on for help as a caregiver. Share messages, notes, documents, photos, events, and most importantly – share your burden and feel more prepared to properly care for your loved ones.
Your Trusted Circle™ is a caregiving dream team. You should include everyone involved in the process whether they are involved day-to-day or just make an occasional appearance.
Add your sister who helps with mom’s weekly medications. Invite your uncle so he can coordinate rides to the grocery store or church. Bring your accountant into the mix to be sure the mortgage is paid on time.
With your whole team on WayWiser, all you need to do is start communicating.
This isn’t a social media platform. It isn’t about how many “likes” you get or using filters and edits to make your daily life look like a Hollywood romance.
A Trusted Circle is a place to share the things that matter with the people who matter.
We aren’t talking about posting the silly things that might work on the popular social media apps. We’re talking about real engagement with people you care about. Photos, messages, and updates about you and the family can go a long way to feeling connected when you’re physically distant.
A greater frequency of social contact at age 60 years is associated with a lower risk of developing dementia and more frequent midlife social contact is associated with higher subsequent cognitive performance.
When you remove yourself from your Trusted Circle, you begin to reach for connection elsewhere. Potential scammers are able to lean into your life more easily, convincing you that they are here to help, when really they are reaching in to exploit you financially.
Care coordination and collaboration.