Information and communications technology provider Ascom has launched a new device that allows aged care organisations to use their existing Wi-Fi networks.
Assistive technology specialist mCare Digital has released a new personal emergency alarm system.
An ageing population with a desire to remain at home is driving developments in assistive living technology.
Digital technology is increasingly helping home care providers improve efficiencies in their mobile workforces.
Leadership, communication and collaboration are consistently seen as the top three skills people managers want and online training can help foster these skills, writes Scott Cooper.
Aged and Community Services Australia (ACSA) has launched a new automated procurement portal which allows members to connect with a national network of suppliers.
A forthcoming digital platform aims to give consumers a voice and allow them and providers to compare residential aged care services across a range of quality-of-life measures.
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A uniform can symbolise the value of contribution, welcome residents and visitors and tell the story of a place, writes Pamela Jabbour.
Smart beds could revolutionise care in Australian aged care homes, and may eventually form part of a web of monitoring devices that will provide constant updates on residents and send alerts the second they need help.
An innovative range of evidence-based bathroom solutions has been launched to meet the changing needs of ageing Australians.
A South Australian-developed app can help detect early-stage Parkinson’s disease through the use of artificial intelligence.
Transparency and partnerships are the future of aged care, writes Marlon Giuliani.
An Australian research team aims to develop a prototype for an affordable, mass-produced telepresence robot that can be used to prevent social isolation among the elderly and keep them in their homes for longer.