Max is profoundly disabled. That doesn’t prevent him engaging with and benefiting from Hear Me Now every day, with his family and his carers.
Read the inspiring (and surprising) stories for different users of Hear Me Now, and the impact it’s had on adults with learning disabilities and their communities.
Raf uses HMN when he is showering. It reminds him of the process when he is in the shower.
Martin Robson is a service user at Millers Day Centre. He’s Diabetic, and is also a keen Drama enthusiast.
Lennie is an in-patient at Humber NHS Trust. Lennie has learning difficulties, as well suffering from Diabetes and high blood pressure.
Carl Barron is a service user at Millers Day Centre. He’s epileptic, loves photography, and is also an enthusiastic Hear Me Now user.
This is the story of Matthew and his family who inspired the creation of My Health Guide (now Hear Me Now).
John has a few physical challenges that mean he needs to be a specific position to be able to eat and drink easily.
Use of HMN saved GP time, increased service efficiency and reduced the levels of anxiety experienced by Tanya whilst maintaining high quality care.
Stays in acute hospitals can be long and the outcome for people with a learning disability can be poor.
Improving life expectancy with Annual Health Checks.
Martyn struggles to remember what he is meant to do and not do and sometimes gets into trouble.
When you are not aware of the situation but you want your voice heard it can be tricky to get the care you want and not have the care you do not want.
Compliance with medication and effectively self-managing care are two of the most efficient ways of treating long term conditions.
Finn has a learning disability and diagnosis of aspergers syndrome. He struggles with making friends and societal boundaries.
It’s not just service users that are deriving benefits from Hear Me Now.
From controlling her own weight loss to keeping her fiancé in check, Helen Edwards is delighted with how her new digital health app is helping her to manage her life!