Welcome to the Team18 App!

We are very excited to announce that we have launched the new 18 Week Support community app – Team18!

Our community app for all team members; we wanted to create a hub for everyone to engage with their teammates, while being your one-stop shop for everything 18 Week Support. We are proud to work with such a diverse group of people and want to continue to grow our unique community. You’ll find updates on your activity feed, which is tailored to each person, depending on their role and clinical specialty.

This is your space to connect, learn new things and have a laugh together. We’re looking forward to sharing different parts of our community and building the bridge between teams, from our shift workers, through to our clinical leads.

App mock up imagery

 

This is an invite only app for our head office and clinical staff, that will be the hub for all important and useful information for teams, including contract paperwork, reporting tools, policies, webinars, events and more! We will also communicate company-wide updates and important news. There are additional groups to join such as the group chat where you can let your hair down and have some fun with your colleagues, no business talk allowed!

I look forward to welcoming you to our new community space, just head over to the ‘Introduce Yourself’ group once you sign up and say hello to everyone at 18 Week Support!

Download on iOS devices
Download on Android devices

See you there,
Niara Blommestein
Clinical Staff Engagement Lead

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