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.
The new site – which consists of seven bungalows built by social housing provider Hanover Scotland – will be fitted with Just Roaming technology; a personalised, real-time monitoring and alert system which sends live alerts to a mobile phone app, allowing a roaming support team to respond if needed.
Just Checking will work with support provider ENABLE Scotland, which has been chosen to deliver support services at the site by Health and Social Care Moray, to ensure that each tenant receives personalised support for their individual needs.
Just Checking Director, Amy Lewis, said:
We’re really looking forward to working with ENABLE Scotland and Hanover Scotland to help them deliver the best possible care and support to people who will live in this fantastic new site. Our Just Roaming technology will help keep people safe at home while allowing them to live more independently – ultimately resulting in more choice, freedom and dignity.
Just Checking Director
Mari Galletly, Regional Director for ENABLE Scotland, added: “We will be working with experts to ensure our residents have the most up-to-date digital sensor technology as we apply our industry-leading ‘PA Model’ of human rights-driven self-directed support to enhance the lives of the people we serve across the North of Scotland.”