What Hear Me Now Can be Used For
Hear Me Now can be helpful in a large number of different contexts. We’ve included a small selection of examples from existing users, please get in touch with us and let us know how you use Hear Me Now.
- Use Hear Me Now as a diary to record feelings of anxiety or depression. Similarly Hear Me Now can be used as a food diary to take pictures and record what you eat and drink each day.
- Record videos of correct wheelchair usage so that your carers know how to keep you in comfortable positions.
- Use Hear Me Now to record important health information. When you visit hospital (either as an outpatient or because you’re admitted) Hear Me Now can help you explain your situation to hospital staff.
It’s excellent and very easy to use. It gets the thumbs up from me!
Charlotte Slaney, Service User, Millers Day Centre, East Riding of Yorkshire
- Use Hear Me Now to keep track of the activity groups you attend and what you do in each group.
- Record your favourite activities: playing football; going to the beach; meeting friends.
- Use Hear Me Now to let others know particular music, books or films that you enjoy.
- Record the things you want to say in a meeting before you go (for example, with your GP, or with your Dentist). Play the recording in the meeting to let your health professional know.
- If your health professional is happy to, record your meetings with them so that you remember what they said after you leave the meeting.
- Share boxes with health professionals, family and friends so that they can keep in touch with you and what you’re up-to.
- Hear Me Now’s remote interface lets shared users push messages to you in the app. You can choose whether you want to keep those messages or not.
- Take a picture of your hairdresser’s in Hear Me Now, and the way you have your hair cut. New carers will know where to take you next time you need a trim.
To find out more about how Hear Me Now is used, and how the app can help you, someone you know, or your organisation, please contact us.