A new project will survey older Australians, carers and health professionals about the use of technology that can support the increasing preference to age at home.
ACU health researchers will develop an app-based protocol to improve oral health of residential aged care residents, with a grant from Aged Care Research & Industry Innovation Australia.
In-home care provider Silverchain has partnered with Datos Health for a patient care app and remote monitoring platform as part of Silverchain's delivery of virtual care in the home.
The MATCH music-based tool aims to unlock the therapeutic potential of music for people living with dementia, detecting and responding to early signs of agitation behaviours.
Australian connectivity service Superloop has been awarded a contract by Baptcare to deliver network, SD-WAN and VoIP services to its aged care community.
Telstra Health has partnered with Apollo Care to implement four aged care digital health solutions across Australian facilities.
A UNSW research team alongside people with Parkinson's disease have co-designed an app to assist their walking ability and activity duration.
The system could be developed for use in a variety of clinical situations, such as ICUs, aged-care facilities, and for people with sleep apnoea or infants with breathing concerns.
BrainTrack, a free app that helps users privately monitor and understand changes in cognition over time, has won a major award at the ACT iAwards ceremony.
The life stories and preferences of people living with dementia in aged care facilities will be recorded as part of a project to help provide them with more personalised care and support.
Arcare Aged Care has implemented the BESTMED eNRMC medication management system across its 50 residences.
More than 40 years ago I invented the world's first multi-dose medication management system.1 It was designed specifically for nursing homes, as they were called at the time, but its success in improving medication adherence and reducing misadventure saw it adopted in a range of settings.