Just Roaming is the technology behind high quality core and cluster support.

It underpins independence in supported living, with the reassurance that support is on hand when needed.

Sensors in a person’s home trigger an alert to a mobile app when support is required. A team of roaming support staff can oversee and respond to a group of flats or homes within a geographical area.

The Just Roaming app helps manage the response. Staff are able to see who is supporting someone, where they are, and when an alert is resolved.

The result is a visionary model of support: individuals have more autonomy at night, backed by responsive targeted support, allowing you to concentrate on building skills and independence during the day.

This is good practice, this is good social work. Jim Robb,
Service Manager, Learning Disabilities and Mental Health, Clackmannanshire and Stirling Health & Social Care Partnership
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It’s all about the individual

Alerts are personalised to the needs of the individual. Sensors are selected from a range of door, bed, activity and sound sensors and the system will integrate with epilepsy alarms, enuresis sensors, and personal alarms so that all alerts can be managed on one device.

It’s all about the individual

Alerts are personalised to the needs of the individual. Sensors are selected from a range of door, bed, activity and sound sensors and the system will integrate with epilepsy alarms, enuresis sensors, and personal alarms so that all alerts can be managed on one device.

Building independence

The management dashboard captures the full history of alerts and responses, and provides a detailed oversight for managers. Activity charts show where an individual has spent their time, and the interaction between alerts, staff response and its effect.

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The process is focussed on the person being supported; the right technology is used to complement staff support in a way that maximises independence, and makes sense for them. Sean Cocking,
Service Improvement Lead, Newcastle City Council

Incremental steps

A better understanding helps teams to continually review and adjust the support, making incremental improvements in independence and playing to the strengths of each person. For some people this is life changing. Individuals who had never spent time alone have been able to demonstrate their capability to choose how to spend their personal time.

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