Our technology can contribute positively in delivering support and interventions for people with a learning disability and behaviours that challenge, increasing their skills rather than changing the person with the aim of improving Quality of Life
It takes into account the severity of a person’s learning disability, their developmental stage and any communication difficulties, whether they are physical or mental problems.
It can work towards improving quality of life around mood and wellbeing and can support self-management and encourages the person to be independent through the variety of activities and menus in a way that is appropriate to the person’s cognitive development.
Our portfolio of products is supporting the delivery of care
Quality of Life
Featured Case Studies
The implementation of the Calm Room was straightforward and has been received very well at the university. From this very small sample of service users, benefits in stress reduction have been observed. From the data analysis, there was a significant reduction in perceived stress levels in all service users (p=<0.001)
Helping to support families with assistive technology where there are acute learning disabilities offers such positive benefits for the family as a whole. We felt very privileged to work closely with Lily and her daughter Emma who was diagnosed with Sanfillipo disease at the age of 4 years. Affected children, generally do not show any […]
I wish you had been here on Tuesday and you could have seen the impact the Technology has had on our Service Users and Staff.
We are obviously delighted that we have been able to introduce these additional means of occupation to Mr Patel and we look forward to continuing our work with him.
Over a period covering 10 days Service Users activity on the system grew by 98% in the most popular activity.
The system has proved extremely beneficial, not only to the individuals that have been mentioned, but also to all the other Service Users who are keen to explore the system