I am sure it doesn't refer to vitamin C ;-) I thought the C might stand for client. Not sure about the I & V . The carers are supposed to assist her to shower but they didn't as she stated that she had a shower last night (she didn't as was still wearing the clothes she had on yesterday). I was wondering if it is an indication she was confused or resistant to care.
I have just messaged "Lovely Lisa" who used to be my Mums main carer and its not one she knows. She is now a senior carer in a large home so is going to ask her colleagues. Strangely, even searching websites about acronyms doesn't bring up anything obvious. I wonder if the OP is sure of the letters?
Interesting thought Havemercy but seems a bit pointless if it is that. Surely, if the carer has visited, it is more relevant to say what they did rather than just they visited and presumably signed?
As said earlier, we need more context really
As it appears in front of the rest of the message, does it refer to how access was gained by the carer as maybe 'came in voluntarily?'
This was the case when dad had carers in, as sometimes they had to use the key safe to let themselves in. Still doesn't look right though somehow.