A new report by RMIT and Cisco makes some key recommendations for a much deeper and system-wide adoption of technology in aged care.
Dementia Australia's technology and programs are being showcased at the Alzheimer's Disease International Conference 2022 in London this week.
A toolkit to help aged care providers integrate virtual reality into the lives of residents has been launched.
Digital Angel by Alpha Global is a fall detection and activity solution for aged-care and hospital enterprises.
The NSW Smart Sensing Network has brought together researchers to develop sensor and data innovations to solve the challenges facing the aged-care sector.
Dementia Australia has launched a new app, called Ask Annie, offering short, self-paced learning modules to help care workers refresh their skills and learn tips and tools to provide better care to people living with dementia.
During lockdowns, senior Australians used fewer in-person visits with their GPs and telehealth visits became a core service for non-urgent care.
Adventist Retirement Plus CEO Eric Anderson explains how digitalisation has transformed core elements of the organisation's business.
There is a solution to simplifying administration, freeing up time and increasing communication through the innovative utilisation of technology.
The Global Centre for Modern Ageing has released a qualitative research report which reveals the challenges and opportunities facing the Australian healthcare industry.
Technology reform has been identified as an important part of delivering a new and improved aged-care system.
Developed as a result of extensive research at Monash University, the platform uses messages, videos, music and personal photographs to stimulate long-term memories.