In the next edition of Australian Ageing Agenda magazine we are looking at assistive technology for aged care residents.

From smart floors to other sensor-based monitoring equipment and handheld devices, providers are increasingly implementing assistive technology to support the delivery of care.

We will highlight the latest tools and devices that are assisting staff to improve residents’ mobility, safety, wellbeing and quality of life and their own productivity and response times.  

We will talk to the users of assistive technology in aged care, as well as the experts in this space about:

  • the latest assistive technology for residents
  • benefits for residents and staff
  • tips for getting the most out assistive technology in aged care settings.

Executive education

Whether you are an aged care director, executive, manager or a health professional there are a range of opportunities to develop knowledge, skills and leaders through education.

We will speak with executives and educations about these opportunities such as online learning, face-to-face courses, continued professional development and mentoring.

Directions in medical & clinical care

With input from experts and researchers in the field, next issue we will also examine directions in medical and clinical care for aged care residents.

Key topics in this area include continence, wound management, palliative care, dementia, rehabilitation, hearing and vision impairment, heart health and cancer.

If you have a story to tell or expertise to share on these topics, please get in touch.

Email editorial submissions to editorial@australianageingagenda.com.au

Send advertising enquiries to advertise@australianageingagenda.com.au

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