Double award nomination for Just Checking

Just Checking is proud to have been shortlisted for two prestigious awards in the Midlands and in Scotland.

The Company has been shortlisted in the ‘Digital Public Services Award’ category of the 2021 Scottish Public Service Awards.

The shortlist follows work with Fife Council and the Fife Health & Social Care Partnership, who use Just Checking’s Managed Service to help fully embed the Company’s digital sensor technology into their social care assessments for people with dementia and learning disabilities.

The winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Scottish Parliament in December.

The Company’s Just Roaming system has also been shortlisted in the ‘Midlands Innovation of the Year’ category of the 2022 Midlands Business Awards.

Just Roaming is a personalised, real-time monitoring and alert system, which allows adults with learning disabilities and autism to live independently and safely within supported living homes.

The winners will be announced at a ceremony in March next year.

Just Checking Director, Amy Lewis, said:

It’s been a pleasure working with our clients to help them offer the best possible support to those in the community who need it the most. We’ve seen some really positive outcomes, such as greater independence and choice for the people who benefit from the technology, better insight for managers, and improved teamwork for support staff. Good luck to all the finalists!

Amy Lewis

Amy Lewis

Just Checking Director

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