In the forthcoming September-October edition of Australian Ageing Agenda magazine we examine how to improve environments for seniors in residential aged care as well education for the full range of facility staff.
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Seniors see many positives in the use of artificial intelligence in health and care services, according to a new survey of attitudes towards the future of technology in healthcare.
Ageing in place at home is giving way to ageing in place anywhere, thanks to the emergence of a new wave of assistive technology and so-called mobile health, says a leading expert.
Clusters of universally designed communities serviced by home care providers and supported by assistive technologies could be a new model for aged services in rural and remote areas, says an executive who has explored international approaches.
Smart homes that monitor a person’s activities of daily living should become a standard feature of government-subsidised home care services, according to the CSIRO and a multitude of stakeholders.
When it comes to the use of assistive technologies to support independent living, Australia is lagging behind internationally, but current reforms could change this, a leading expert says.
The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) is behind a new network which aims to bridge the gaps between assistive technology research and practice. And it’s calling for the sector to jump on board.
An online workshop today and tomorrow is discussing the role of technology in the future of care and community support services, both for older people and people with disabilities.
Technology will play such an important role in the market-orientated aged care system of the future that providers could be forced to upgrade or come second.
All the latest assistive technology is on display at QSHI’s latest demonstrator facility.