Retirement living peak partners with Person Centred Software

The Retirement Living Council and Person Centred Software Australia are teaming up to help drive digital innovation in the retirement living sector.

The Retirement Living Council and aged care clinical software vendor Person Centred Software Australia are teaming up to help drive digital innovation in the retirement living sector.

As part of the partnership, Person Centred Software Australia will provide innovative technologies and resources to empower retirement living communities across the country, focusing on improving operational efficiency.

Tammy Sherwood

Person Centred Software is proud to partner with the RLC, said Tammy Sherwood, chief executive officer of Person Centred Software Australia and New Zealand.

“[O]ur solution simplifies and streamlines operations for village managers, enabling them to focus on delivering exceptional high-quality services to their residents. We are excited to work alongside the RLC to help providers innovate and drive positive change across the sector,” she said.

RLC executive director Daniel Gannon said the peak body was excited to work with the software company to drive the technological advancement of the retirement living sector.

Daniel Gannon

“Industry is driven by wanting to ensure that older Australians can enjoy the retirement they deserve, and utilising the technology offered from Person Centred Software Australia is an important step in continuing this focus.

“Their expertise is something that industry is continually drawing upon, using to learn, grow and to improve market offerings for residents, who are 41 per cent happier, and both physically and mentally healthier compared to people their age not living in a retirement village.”

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