Enabler is a 3D simulation platform for training and evaluating disability and aged care support workers. Delivered via mobile app on Android and iOS devices, users can play through short and punchy simulated scenarios where they support virtual clients like they would a real shift on the go, anywhere, anytime. Think The Sims, for support workers.
"I liked that you become a character, it makes you feel more involved"
Zoe Atterbury, Disability Support Worker
Enabler Is Built To Be
ENGAGING: Intuitive and easy to use serious games technology which enhances the motivation of participants to engage in complex or boring tasks.
EFFECTIVE: Highly effective at developing skills such as managing complex relationships, decision making in complex situations, communication, rarely used skills and practical skills.
RESULTS: Enabler assesses workers on communication and technical skills, and provides your organisation with comprehensive results to demonstrate workforce competency.
Game-design principles are embedded into scenarios to reward users for performing well, and to provide instantaneous feedback when they don’t. Users experience the consequences of their actions to maximise impact and learning retention.
Enabler is the intersection of mobile entertainment games, digital simulations used for training such as pilot simulators and best practice traditional training content.
Designed for maximum engagement, users must make active choices about what they do and say to complete support tasks correctly and with excellent customer service, often under time pressure and with distractions.
We challenge workers in a safe virtual environment so they are prepared to deal with difficult and unexpected situations on the job.
Based on Real People
At Enabler we focus on person-centred training, so we also assess how a worker communicates with their clients, and whether they respect their personal preferences, privacy, beliefs and choices.
Our scenarios are based on real people and their own unique needs and stories to ensure the scenarios are highly relevant to real-life on the job challenges.
User Experience Designer
Very Particular About Manners
(Dementia and Limited Mobility)
Primary School Student
Nazim Erdem OAM
Wheelchair Rugby Gold Medalist
(Spinal Cord Injury)