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CommBank and KPMG Back Innovation for Older Australians

innovAGEING, Australia’s first innovation network for the aged care industry, has today announced the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) and KPMG as its Foundation Partners. innovAGEING, Australia’s first innovation network for the aged care industry, has today announced the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) and KPMG Australia as its Foundation Partners. “Today’s announcement is very Read more…

innovAGEING and ALIVE Deliver Australia’s First Aged Care Nudgeathon

Sydney, NSW: Digital design and technology company, ALIVE (part of the Mirus Group), and national aged care innovation network innovAGEING, teamed up with University of Technology Sydney UTS Innovation & Entrepreneurship Unit to run a day-long nudgeathon with the aged care industry at UTS Startups.   The organisations joined forces to bring together their respective networks in Read more…

innovAGEING Open Lab Goes Live

Aged care professionals can now collaborate, share ideas, and gain knowledge in real-time with an online platform called the innovAGEING Open Lab, delivered with Gold Partner, KontentLabs.   innovAGEING Principal Adviser, Merlin Kong, said the Open Lab is vital infrastructure in delivering on the innovation network’s open innovation principles. “As our industry becomes more market-driven, Read more…

innovAGEING partners with KontentLabs to foster open innovation

  Aged care professionals will be able to collaborate, share ideas, and gain knowledge in real time with the development of an online open innovation lab. The initiative was launched through a partnership between KontentLabs and innovAGEING.   Aged care professionals will be able to collaborate, share ideas, and gain knowledge in real time with Read more…

Government backs innovation in aged care

  A dollar for dollar investment into innovation in the aged care sector has been announced with the Federal Minister for Aged Care pledging $400,000 to the innovAGEING network over the next two years.   The significant investment will be matched by innovAGEING founders and aged care industry peak body Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) Read more…

Robotic pets, Uber-like services in aged care’s future

  Driverless cars for those in aged care are among the current innovations in the sector, and the federal government wants to get on board. On Wednesday, Minister for Aged Care Ken Wyatt said the federal government will contribute $400,000 to ageing innovation accelerator, innovAGEING. The federal government contribution will be matched by a contribution from Read more…

Digital design and technology meets aged care innovation

  Sydney, NSW: Digital design and technology company, Alive and innovation network innovAGEING, established in late 2017 by Leading Age Services Australia, are pleased to announce a strategic alliance in support of innovation in Australia’s aged care industry. The organisations will join forces to explore ideas, challenges and solutions to reinterpret the concept of ageing Read more…

New initiative aims to accelerate aged care innovation

  A national innovation network for Australia’s aged care industry has been launched this week by Leading Age Services Australia CEO Sean Rooney.   Called innovAGEING, the network is open to all aged care stakeholders and aims to facilitate a connected community of practice for the sector’s progressive thinkers and practitioners. Mr Rooney announced the Read more…