In the next edition of Australian Ageing Agenda magazine we are looking the current and future design trends of Australian aged care homes.
Many in the industry are saying that aged care facilities of the future will have to operate on a much smaller scale as the norm rather than the exception.
In addition to meeting the preferences of older people in general, the current pandemic is also proving why smaller can be better and safer.
Next edition, we will highlight what this means for architectural and interior design, sustainability, the bottom line and more.
We will talk to experts about:
- building new and adapting existing aged care homes
- what works, what doesn’t and how much
- who benefits and how
- the COVID-19 factor.
From measuring clinical indicators to managing medications and everything in between, technology is increasingly playing a part in the delivery of safe, accurate and efficient clinical care in aged care homes with everything.
Next issue we are looking at clinical software that helps aged care workers deliver best practice evidence-based care.
We are particularly interested in providers using software to measure clinical indicators.
Hygiene and Cleaning
The COVID-19 pandemic has added a new layer to the already important hygiene and cleaning operations of aged care homes.
From emerging design to automation, outbreak management and prevention techniques, we will talk to providers and experts about the latest trends in this area that are keeping residents and staff safe and teams operating efficiently.
We have a particular interest in showcasing provider responses to new infection prevention and control requirements.
If you have a story to tell or expertise to share on these topics, please get in touch.
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