Winners react, discuss innovations

Video: AAA caught up with ITAC award recipients to hear more about their award-winning programs.

Excited, proud and pleased to receive recognition from the industry. That’s how three of the winners at this week’s Innovation & Aged care Innovation & Technology Across Care awards tell Australian Ageing Agenda they are feeling about the nod for their programs.

Hundreds of ITAC conference delegates and exhibitors – including representatives of the 52 award nominees – gathered on Tuesday evening for a meal and award ceremony

On Wednesday morning at the ITAC conference held on the Gold Coast, Australian Ageing Agenda caught up with three of the award recipients (pictured above) to hear their reactions and more about the programs that earned them the honour.

This video includes:

  • Sue Thomson, CEO of McLean Care and iAgeHealth – which won an excellence in technology implementation award for its next-generation remote workforce solution that utilises IoT devices for remote care
  • Lee Martin, CEO of Tanunda Lutheran Homes – which won an excellence in technology implementation award for its use of robots to solve workforce challenges
  • Chris Beaumont, service design and implementation partner at Endeavour Foundation – which won the excellence in digital workforce development award for its Get Work Ready program supporting people with intellectual disability.

Do you have a technology implementation to share? Send us the details and images to editorial@australianageingagenda.com.au

Tags: Chris Beaumont, itac, ITAC 2024, Lee Martin, Sue Thompson,

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