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Endeavour Foundation Connect keeps families and carers connected, well-informed and confident that their loved ones are having fun while also achieving their personal development milestones and goals.
Using the secure mobile app we post daily updates of what the people we support are doing and achieving, including photos. It also has an up-to-date calendar of activities and a monthly newsletter from each Endeavour Foundation Learning and Lifestyle hub.
Families also share updates with us about what the people we support are achieving outside our services. It is simple and easy-to- use, and is a great way for families and carers to stay informed, no matter where they are in the world.
From Far North Queensland to Victoria and everywhere in between, Toowoomba customer, Ian Scholtz hasn’t always been able to share his everyday life and adventures with his six siblings. But thanks to Endeavour Foundation Connect, an innovative new app.
Ian’s siblings now have more of an insight into his life. Via the app, posts and pictures of him are shared with this family who are scattered across Australia.
Ian’s sister, Joan, says all her siblings agree that the app has opened up a window to Ian’s world and it’s creating a greater family bond between them all.
“We now all feel a part of his day. It really has helped us to connect with Ian on a whole new level.”
It isn’t just Ian’s siblings enjoying all the fun. Joan says Ian is just as involved with the app as they are.
“Ian loves the app. It makes him feel proud, and when we spend time together, he is always asking me to show him the photos that have been posted in the app,” Joan says with a laugh.
“As a family we all agree, Ian really is the superstar of our lives.”