Peace Of Mind For Parents; Independence For Their Son

2020-11-14T16:13:04+00:00

CASE STUDY

Peace Of Mind For Parents;

Independence For Their Son

CASE STUDY

Peace Of Mind For Parents;

Independence For Their Son

Illustration Of A Boy Playing A Computer Game

           

Luke lives for playing video games, watching tv, and all things digital. He is very close with his mother and father who have been his full time carers for most of his life.

They have always been a tight knit family and even have a weekly drawing competition. Now that Luke has turned 26, he wants to try living on his own but his parents are worried about how he will manage.

His autism related complex behavioural needs have made living alone somewhat difficult in the past. Luke wants his independence but doesn’t want his parents to worry about him.

“We want to know how he is getting on but we don’t want him to feel like he’s constantly being watched.”

“MySense has helped us be able to take that next step for Luke. The passive sensors let us see his patterns of activity which really does give us peace of mind. We call MySense his invisible guardian.”

Luke lives for playing video games, watching tv, and all things digital. He is very close with his mother and father who have been his full time carers for most of his life.

They have always been a tight knit family and even have a weekly drawing competition. Now that Luke has turned 26, he wants to try living on his own but his parents are worried about how he will manage.

His autism related complex behavioural needs have made living alone somewhat difficult in the past. Luke wants his independence but doesn’t want his parents to worry about him.

“We want to know how he is getting on but we don’t want him to feel like he’s constantly being watched.”

“MySense has helped us be able to take that next step for Luke. The passive sensors let us see his patterns of activity which really does give us peace of mind. We call MySense his invisible guardian.”

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