As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads around the world, Minnity keeps supporting professional caregivers in individualized care. Check out what we are doing:
The COVID-19 microlearning course
A course for elderly care staff on important aspects of care during the times of the pandemic, servied in bite-sized digital learning units.
The Minnity digital tool
A mobile tool to coordinate care and assure its consistent quality, which facilitates communication between caregivers and includes family members of care recipients.
The Minnity Microlearning Platform – our reponse to the pandemic
The need for learning management
In the current situation, many people, including care staff, need to learn new skills or adapt to new environments. Training and training management is needed to assure proper adherence to regulations and procedures as well as to support the staff in working effectively.
Minnity’s approach – microlearning
We know that in times of crisis, time is scarce and we all need to use our resources effectively. Therefore, we are creating a platform with short courses built with bite-sized learning units, that are easily accesible to care staff. The learning bites are clearly structured, offer relevant content from trusted providers and are available at hand on a smartphone.
The benefits – resilience and quality
With the Minnity Microlearning Platform, the managers obtain an easily-to-use tool to manage and monitor their teams’ competence development. They can choose content from the available courses provided by our partners, use course templates to adapt the instructions to their local requirements or create learning material from scratch. This flexible method allows to optimize learning programs to specific units, but also support organizations in providing clear and thorough guidance to their employees.
By offering intuitive tools and advice, Minnity supports care organizations in developing resilience and adequate response strategies in the face of crises and challenges.
User experience and management focus
The unique proposition of the Minnity Microlearning Platform lies in the adaptation to real-life needs of the care personnel. With usability as a focus, the courses that we provide offer knowledge and instruction to care workers who lack time, academic education and practical experience.
Moreover, we give managers the opportunity to supervise staff adherence to learning requirements, much easier than when using open-access, dispersed sources.
We are looking for industry partners, training providers and investors who would like to support us on this journey.
Projects that we support
The Digital Aid Project
We participate in the project to equip vulnerable inpatient groups and staff in retirement and nursing homes, rehabilitation and mental health facilities with the necessary tools to overcome the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Clans of Cause
Minnity’s Katarzyna supports with advice this hackathon-winning idea: a platform to keep track of how people in your area are doing and ask for help if needed.