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Agylia Care offers support to carers with new mobile approach

Agylia Care offers free support to unpaid carers with radical new mobile approach

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Agylia launches Agylia Care to provide carers with free access to guides, videos and materials covering a range of care and support topics - helping carers to care for those in need.

To help carers improve their skills and knowledge, the new Agylia Care App and online portal provides carers with guides and videos covering a range of topics including arthritis, cancer care, children’s care, dementia, learning disabilities, mental health, support for carers and many others.

 

 

All Agylia Care content is clinically approved in conjunction with NHS specialists.

Tim Buff, CEO and Chief Learning Strategist at Agylia said, “The demand for social care continues to increase, with councils, NHS Trusts and other care providers under pressure to meet the demand for services. There are an estimated 6.5 million unpaid carers in the UK - those who care for family, friends, themselves and others - many of whom have received little or no formal training. By helping these carers to enhance their skills and knowledge, Agylia Care aims to support this crucial group in our society in a new and powerful way.”

“Carers often feel isolated. To create a community for carers and help stop the sense of isolation, the Agylia Care App and portal includes an online ‘Care Chat’ community where carers can share their stories and experiences on what it’s really like to be a carer.”

Agylia Care is powered by the Agylia Learning Management System (LMS) and mobile learning Apps.

The Agylia Care App is available for iOS and Android, and can be downloaded for free for use on mobile and tablet devices. The App can be used online and offline, allowing carers to access the guides and videos when and where they’re needed.

The Agylia Care online portal also enables carers to access the guides and videos using their laptops or PCs.

Agylia Care uses the latest Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies to provide carers with a set of personalised guides and videos based on the needs of those they care for. Carers can also access the full set of content to enhance their skills and knowledge across the range of available topics.

Author: Agylia

This article was published by Agylia on 30.10.2019. Agylia bring you all the latest news about the Agylia LMS, mobile Apps, digital learning creation and learning consultancy services.

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