We are using 24 hr caregivers to manage our Mom and Dad w/ Dementia and Alzheimer's at home. We are going to a caregiver book so that when we drop in we can see specifically how many days since last shower, when were the bathrooms last cleaned, what hot meals are the caregivers preparing and how much are Mom and Dad eating, etc.... I can't find anything online that allows you to customize it specifically for what we want to know. The agency has an online portal but family can't see the CNA's documentation. Also we want to know if things aren't being done, why not? It's not as much about keeping tabs on a specific caregiver it is more about needing to know what things aren't being done regularly. It's costing upwards of $200,000 a year and we shouldn't need to hire a chef and housekeeper too. Just wondered how everyone else keeps tabs on 24/7 caregivers. I have a career and 2 kids still in high school so I can't be there all the time to do these things myself. Any advice would be appreciated!