If you're an education, health or care provider, you can now use co-produced, quality-assured apps to better support people who need your help - such as university students, people who self-harm, young carers, and those with eating disorders.
With a growing range of user-friendly apps (think 'powered-up e-books'), you'll find it easy to:
- get reliable, relevant and reassuring health information directly into people's hands - to help them make better choices
- increase people's resourcefulness - and they can self-care more effectively
- signpost services, useful links and other sources of help - so people don't miss out on available support
Use these apps to lower the risk of mental health crises and delayed diagnoses, reduce avoidable pressure on services, and delight your communities by showing that you care.
Simply take advantage of existing apps as an entirely free resource to improve health. Provide extra value with customised local home pages and service directories. Or work with us to create your much-needed 'own-brand' information app.
What people say about us
"The involvement of experts and professionals in the development of this app [distrACT] is outstanding."
British Medical Association 'Patient Information Award' Committee
"I'm blown away; it's brilliant. Thank you for restoring my faith in human kindness with this non-judgemental app"
User feedback, 'distrACT' app
"Accurate and quality app", "a pleasure to work with", "delivered to time and on budget"
Susie Smith, Primary Care Operations and Project Manager
NHS Cambridgeshire 'Just 1 Norfolk Health Passport' app
Clients and partners
We co-create all our apps with trusted partners and support a range of clients.