There is now significant evidence of the benefits of telecare in general, and the use of Just Checking as an assessment tool. Just Checking is cited in several good practice guides and Department of Health publications.
Learning Disability Practice- Monitoring nocturnal seizures in vulnerable patients, 16(9):36-38, November 2013
Wolverhampton City Council- Demonstrating how the use of technology can support or increase independence for individuals and their carers within supported living accommodation, August 2012
Dorset County Council- Just Checking in Learning Disabilities Services : 1 Year On, May 2012
Lang & Buisson commissioned by Dept of Health- Illustrative Cost Models in Learning Disabilities Social Care Provision, May 2011
The Dementia Services Development Centre, University of Stirling- Telecare and Learning Disability, 2010
(excerpt only, full text available at http://www.jitscotland.org.uk/publications-1/telecare/)
Dept of Health – Cheshire East Council – Evaluation of use of assistive technology for adults with learning disability in Cheshire East, December 2008