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Agylia Care for Family Carers
There are over 6.5m unpaid Carers across the UK - those that care for family, friends or anyone in need of care. Agylia Care provides guidance and support to help Carers improve their knowledge and the level of care they provide.
Agylia Care is available for mobile, tablet and desktop, enabling Carers to access the range of guides on their preferred devices, at a time convenient to them.
Agylia Care for Public Body Sponsors
Agylia Care for Public Body Sponsors enables local authorities, NHS Trusts and other public bodies to provide the training and support that Carers in their area need.
As a public body, when you sponsor Agylia Care, residents and communities in your area are able to access over 800 guides and reference resources - helping to increase Carer skills, decrease feelings of isolation and stress, and reduce current and future demand for social care.
With approximately 30% of Carers leaving their carer responsibilities each year. For those wishing to gain employment in the care sector, the Agylia Competent Care Certificate provides recognition of their training.
Agylia Care for Care Sector Employers
Agylia Care for Care Sector Employers enhances care services by helping private care providers, charities, NHS Trusts, local authorities and other care sector employers to improve the training and knowledge they provide their employees.
As a care sector employer, when you sponsor Agylia Care, your employees are able to access over 1,000 guides and reference resources. You can also add unlimited amounts of your own internally or third-party produced content.
With full support for the Care Certificate, you can build training pathways for employees to renew or achieve certification.
Agylia Care supports family and professional Carers with clinically assured guides, videos, podcasts and weblinks on a range of health and care topics, including Children's Care, Dementia, Mental Health and Support for Carers.
- Free and easy to use
- Extended library for local government, NHS Trust and care provider sponsors
- Clinically approved in conjunction with the NHS
- Available on mobile, tablet and desktop
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