Just Checking launches new assessment system

Just Checking has launched its latest digital sensor assessment system, with a host of new features to help local authority care professionals provide the best possible support.

Just Checking is an activity monitoring system which helps its clients complete objective, evidence-based care needs assessments of adults with dementia, learning disabilities, autism and other complex needs. These assessments can then be used to better identify the appropriate level of support that each individual needs, in many cases allowing people to live more independently.

The company has now unveiled its newest ‘Daily Living System’, which comes with a number of upgrades, including a new heat and light measurement feature, increased sensor range, longer battery back-up times and more discreet sensors.

Amy Lewis, Just Checking Director, said:

Just Checking has been supporting care professionals for almost 20 years, and during this time we’ve always looked to innovate, and improve our products and services. Our newest Daily Living System has all the technology our clients would expect in a Just Checking kit – such as the plug-and-go hub, door, movement and activity sensors – but its new features can help give care professionals more comprehensive data, increased connectivity and reduce risk for the people they support.

Amy Lewis

Amy Lewis

Just Checking Director

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