Case Studies

We support vulnerable adults and children across various social care services including transitions, supported living, residential, education, care leavers, mental health and more. Find out how AutonoMe has helped develop their independence in detail with these case studies. 

AutonoMe helps transition from residential to supported living

Working with North Somerset Council we’ve been supporting a number of vulnerable service users and their key partners in defining and measuring progressive outcomes. In this video a service user talks about her experience of using AutonoMe to date and how it has helped her maintain independence as she moved out of residential into supported living.

“It’s amazing, I absolutely love using the App. It’s helped me a lot along the way”

Service User

Moved from residential into Supported living

AutonoMe improves independence in supported living

Working with North Somerset Council we’ve been supporting a young lady and her provider in defining and measuring progressive outcomes. In this video she talks about her experience of AutonoMe and her support worker discusses how its impacted her job role allowing her to take a step back. 

“We strive to make the girls as independent as possible, she is very capable in the kitchen. It’s really developed her skills and our involvement, we’ve taken a massive step back since using AutonoMe”

Support Worker

Working in a supported living environment

‘Successful pilot supporting people with Learning Disabilities using technology App ‘AutonoMe’

Devon County Council partnered with AutonoMe to conduct a pilot to discover if, and how, video content on mobile devices could improve how people with Learning Disabilities can be supported to maximise their independence. After the success of the pilot AutonoMe was rolled out across the County to support 200 vulnerable service users. 

“before I put my stuff in the washing machine I use the App, for dusting, hoovering and changing my bedding”

Service User

Adult in supported living

Developing student independence with AutonoMe

Working closely with Weston College and their faculty of inclusion we’ve been helping students develop their life skills using AutonoMe inside and outside of the classroom. Working closely with tutors, the Local Authority and the transitions team to understand and measure progressive outcomes.

“I really enjoy doing it. I think I will tell my friends about it. I understand the instructions”

Service User

Young Adult with Autism