We provide mobile apps for assisted living and private residential care facilities to help improve communication and engagement both externally, between carers, residents, and their families or internally between staff. Our apps are easy to use, quick to market and can help to build a well informed community.
In the wake of the pandemic, with government regulations and health advice constantly changing, how are you keeping your team informed of the day to day changes? A staff app can help revolutionise your internal communications, and keep your staff engaged with the latest information on a day to day basis.
Using an app makes it easy to share important information, staff training resources, your events calendar, policies and procedures, wellbeing resources and so much more with your wider community. The ability to send instant alerts using push notifications saves time and cost, as the whole audience is updated simultaneously and the information is readily accessible, eliminating the need for print outs and reducing your carbon footprint. Communicate with families with ease and keep them engaged with interesting articles and photos of events at your care home, building a stronger sense of community.
Your app will also be able to host a number of forms and surveys for information capture, this feature is perfect for monitoring wellbeing and gathering feedback from your staff. With your own customised internal communication app, you can equip your staff with the information and support they need to continue working on the front lines and caring for those who need it most.
“The team at Piota were able to produce our COVID-19 Communication App within hours of our initial request. The app has provided us with a quick and easy platform ensuring our Care Home managers and staff are kept up-to date with current local policy and procedural updates, an absolute must in this fast moving, transient world we now find ourselves in. Thanks again Piota for your ongoing support – it has been absolutely fantastic, the responsiveness has been second to none.” – Yvonne Higgins – Deputy Chief Nurse at Wolverhampton CCG