The University of the Sunshine Coast is trialling a new mobile phone app to detect and reduce the risk of people over 60 becoming frail.
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Dementia Training Australia has released a new mobile app to assist staff involved in medication management to provide quality use of medicines for people living with dementia.
A new app has been launched to support aged and disability care workers to adopt a person-centred approach in their daily practice.
A new smartphone app aims to equip aged care workers with information and advice to meet the cultural needs of people with dementia.
A world-first app has been launched to support older people and people with disabilities, including renters and strata occupiers, to make simple, inexpensive modifications to their homes.
Coinciding with International Nurses Day, Decision Assist has launched a new free app today, palliAGEDnurse, to help nurses working in community care, residential aged care and general practice care for older people with palliative care needs.
A new tablet app launched yesterday provides carers with ideas for adapting their home to be more accessible for people living with dementia.
Healthdirect Australia has launched a free mobile app with three tools to give Australians clinically sound information to help them make health decisions safely and quickly.
A new dementia care app, which provides guidance for family and non-tertiary qualified carers on the behavioural changes associated with dementia, was launched at the 9th Annual Dementia Research and Knowledge Translation Forum.
Regis buys ECH’s NT facility; design award for BaptistCare’s seniors complex; top marks for app that helps age in place; Meals on Wheels SA marks 60 years; recognising exceptional service.
AUDIO: Aged care stakeholders debated whether apps would replace the need for server-based software systems at the recent Make HASTE Expo and afterwards each team outlined their argument.
A new campaign aims to crowdfund an initial $1.2 million from providers to develop an ICT solution for aged care suitable for the modern era of mobile communications.
Looking beyond the traditional server-based software model in favour of smart device apps is the subject of a debate at an upcoming IT conference, which two AAA readers have the opportunity win a free registration for.
Victorian-based service provider Villa Maria has this week launched an Australian first free smart-phone app to help carers and people with a disability find accessible venues and events in Melbourne.