Is someone you love becoming forgetful?
Just Checking uses discreet movement sensors to show an online chart of daily living activity.
If you’re concerned about a family member who lives alone, particularly if they are becoming forgetful or has Dementia or Alzheimer’s, Just Checking will help you understand how to provide the right support.
Many people maintain a good routine in the familiarity of their own home, and may be managing better than you think. With Just Checking you can see when help is needed and when a person is managing independently.
The difference in my grandad since installing Just Checking is fantastic; he has been able to remain the independent man that he wants to be for much longer, and the family can keep an eye on him without intrusion. Joanna McAndrew, Granddaughter, UK
Just Checking uses discrete wireless door and movement sensors to monitor activity around your loved one’s home. This helps identify any areas where support is required, as well as where they may be more independent than you first thought.
The system sends information to an online app, where you can check in on your loved one from any device, any time.
Using the app, you can set up customisable notifications including:
Not up and about
Door left open
How Just Checking helped Keith remain where he wanted to be – in his own home.
The system has being very helpful in maintaining Mum’s independence at home and proved much better than the telecare system [for someone with memory problems]. Yvonne Bateman, Daughter, UK
Order now risk-free
You can enjoy the peace of mind of Just Checking for as little as £3 a day (that’s just £90 a month). If your loved one has a diagnoses of dementia, the system is eligible for VAT relief and costs just £2.50 a day.
There is no minimum rental period – you can end your subscription at any point free of charge.
What’s more, if within 14 days you decide Just Checking isn’t for you, we’ll refund your initial payment in full. We’ll even send a Freepost package for you to return the system.