Learning Disabilities 1 - Just Checking

A powerful assessment tool

Just Checking brings a deeper understanding of needs of adults with learning disabilities and/or autism.

It is a powerful assessment tool when care packages are being reviewed.

The objective evidence from the system can be used to ask the right questions, make adjustments to care, and to support decisions that promote more independence.

Find out how it works
Just Checking for family users

A powerful assessment tool

Just Checking brings a deeper understanding of needs of adults with learning disabilities and/or autism.

It is a powerful assessment tool when care packages are being reviewed.

The objective evidence from the system can be used to ask the right questions, make adjustments to care, and to support decisions that promote more independence.

Find out how it works
Just Checking for family users
Learning Disabilities 1 - Just Checking
We use Just Checking to get objective evidence enabling us to get the best outcomes for each individual. Margaret Bennet, Assistive Technology Lead Occupational Therapist, Peterborough County Council

How does it work?

  • The system creates a summary of activity which you view securely online
  • No cameras, just discreet wireless movement and door sensors.
  • Sensors attach around the property with Velcro, plug in the hub.
  • No internet connection is needed within the property;  the system has a roaming mobile SIM.
More about how it works

A clear summary of daily activity

Our chart tells you all you need to know

Learning Disabilities 3 - Just Checking

Our chart tells you all you need to know

Learning Disabilities 4 - Just Checking
I would really encourage other local authorities to try and utilise or have a look at this type of technology because it allows service users to get exactly the level of care that they need. Dyane Aspinall, Programme Director, Liverpool City Council

Getting the right care to the right people at the right time

Read the “Just Right” report

Independent research by the University of Birmingham and KPMG identified that using Just Checking can help identify over-care and improve the quality of life for individuals, increasing independence and autonomy.

Read the report
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Just Checking can help:

Deliver accurate assessments more efficiently

Ensure care packages are right for each individual

Provide evidence to back up care assessments

Apply a consistent approach to assessments

Allow individuals to demonstrate their capabilities

Reassure families & monitor well-being on an on-going basis

Contact customer support on 01564 785 100 or get in touch online.