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BIRT research presented at the 9th Conference on Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

Research conducted by the Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust using Just Checking has been presented at the 9th Conference on Neuropsychological Rehabilitation in Bergen, Norway.

The paper presented by Dr Pamela Brown, Clinical Psychologist, discussed the use of movement sensors and automated voice prompts to address orientation and nocturnal wandering in an individual with acquired brain injury.

They used a movement-activated voice prompt to help reduce night time wandering, which often led to confusion, disorientation and distress. Just Checking was used to record and measure the effectiveness of this intervention.

The preliminary data suggests that there has been a reduction in recorded nocturnal wandering episodes.

The abstract for the conference has been published in the July 2012 edition of the Brain Impairment Journal, and will also be presented in poster format at the Division of Neuropsychology Scotland research event which is being held on 27th September 2012.

For information about other research being undertaken by BIRT, go to

http://www.thedtgroup.org/brain-injury/

Just Checking QSF accredited

Just Checking becomes TEC Quality certified

We are pleased to announce that following a full audit carried out by TEC Quality on behalf of the TSA – the representative body for UK technology enabled care services – Just Checking has successfully achieved Quality Standards Framework (QSF) accreditation.

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Apply for a free TEC assessment with Just Checking

Just Checking is offering 20 care services across the UK a FREE tech enabled care assessment to help analyse current support and make recommendations about how digital technology can help deliver the best care. 

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Just Checking chosen to provide TEC services in Moray

Just Checking has been selected to provide digital sensor technology at a new service supporting people with learning disabilities, autism and complex support needs in Moray, Scotland.