What Matters to Me is an application to help disabled people´s everyday life!
In the application user can describe his/her preferences and needs in various situations and keep data up-to-date and share the information easily to other people, like service providers, in different ways. No more need to explain repeatedly one day after another, in one situation after another. This application is a key to personalized services!
To whom? To anyone, who has some barriers to full inclusion. For example, to people who have physical disability, developmental/intellectual disability or autism.
30 days free trial! (after that only 1,49 € per month)
WAYS OF USE
Going on a trip
Describe what kind of accommodation and services you need. Send a link to your need page in advance and request confirmation.
Hiring an assistant
Describe your needs to make it easier for others to help you the way you need. Send a link in advance to your new assistant.
Participating in events
Make it easy for the event organizer to take into account your preferences and needs. Submit a link to your need page e.g. in the event registration form.
Save your need page to your smartphone's home screen, making it always easy to use. Waiters can easily and quickly see your dietary restrictions and dining needs.
Taking care of a child
Explain easily how things work best for your child. Send a link in advance to people who are involved in your child's life.
Are social situations and communication with others sometimes difficult? Save your need page to your smartphone's home screen, making it always easy to use. Help customer service personnel to meet your needs by showing it in service situations.
Esa has 40-years old Down Syndrome boy and he explains briefly how What Matters to Me -application is helping both of them to get understood.
Iina, who uses a wheelchair, explains how What Matters to Me -application helps her in everyday life.
Coordinator Matti Koikkalainen from assistance center Sentteri wonders why hasn’t anyone thought of this before?
Innovative and global
You can use ”What Matters to Me” all over the world. Zero Project has ranked this application within a category of innovative practices.