NHS Trusts, Councils and other public sector organisations can procure the Agylia Care service from the Digital Marketplace (G-Cloud 12 framework).
Agylia Care, a social enterprise from Agylia Group, aims to provide all Carers with easy access to training and support, with the objective of improving the standard of health and social care across the UK.
Supported by Health Education England, Agylia Care provides Carers with over 750 health and social care guides, videos and microlearning courses covering topics such as cancer care, children’s care, dementia, learning disabilities, mental health, support for carers and many, many others.
Tim Buff, CEO and Chief Learning Strategist at Agylia Groupare said, “There are an estimated 6.5 million unpaid Carers in the UK. Many have received little or no formal training on providing care to their family, friends, or themselves. With the demand for social care ever increasing, NHS Trusts, Councils and other care providers are under pressure to meet the demand for services, while demonstrating value-for-money investments in their social care services. Agylia Care is a cost-effective service that public sector organisations can implement to show demonstrable support for their residents and care communities.”
With Agylia Care - which is now available on the Digital Marketplace - local authorities or NHS organisations will be able to provide their residents with access to the Agylia Care service of over 750 guides, videos and more - helping users to enhance their knowledge and skills across a wide range of other health and care topics.
The Agylia Care service can be accessed in a variety of ways. An Agylia Care App - for iOS and Android - is available for use on mobile and tablet devices, and an online portal provides access to Agylia Care on laptops or PCs.
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