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Office Not Required: The Age Services’ Inadvertent Innovation
Be courteousEveryone is a volunteer Being rudeSlows people down It takes time to get overFeeling hurt, offended Be courteousIt’s more efficient – Christopher Nailer, Palm Cards ...
Applications Open For
AGEING Challenge Competition
innovAGEING, Australia’s innovation network for age services, has announced Australia’s first ever innovAGEING Challenge—a national aged services hackathon—and applications are ...
Measuring wellbeing and quality of life in aged care
A provider’s new care model integrates an international care outcome measurement tool in an exciting and unique way. Measuring wellbeing outcomes and the impact of aged care ser...
Remote Governance during the age of COVID-19
If given the choice, I doubt you could think of a more inopportune time to inflict a pandemic that disproportionately impacts elderly Australians than right now. With the aged c...
AGEING Announces Experts-In-Residence Program
Image: Matiu Bush, Senior Strategist Business Innovation at Bolton Clarke, one of the 18 Experts-In-Residence. Australia’s national innovation network for age services today ann...
Aged care’s important words advance the industry
Apart from the obvious ones, how many words starting with ‘c’ can you name in the aged care industry? Visit the glossary of the My Aged Care website and we get: carer; client; c...
The Australian Centre for Social Innovation and
AGEING Form Knowledge Alliance Partnership
The Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI), an organisation committed to building future policy, supports and systems that work for people, has joined innovAGEING’s (iA...
Technology – Transforming and Humanising Aged Care Services
Piers Hogarth-Scott & Roshani Manouchehri Technology – Transforming and Humanising Aged Care Services The aged care sector is deeply important to many Australians at a...
Even If Robots Can ‘Fix’ Loneliness, The Question Remains – Should They?
What should young people do with their lives today? Many things, obviously. But the most daring thing is to create stable communities in which the terrible disease of loneliness...
RMIT University and
AGEING form Knowledge Alliance Partnership
RMIT University has joined forces with innovAGEING, Australia’s first innovation network for the aged care industry, to create a knowledge alliance that will link research with ...