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02 Oct
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Who owns the customer?
Category: Blog
There is only one boss. The customer. And they can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending their money somewhere else. Sam Walton, Founder, W...
18 May
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The Importance of Being Channel Enabled: Making Communities Happen During COVID-19 and Beyond
Category: Blog
If we look ahead to the next five years, one of the biggest challenges for the age services sector is communication – who we communicate with, how we communicate, why we communi...
14 Dec
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Why the Age Services Industry Needs an Innovation Network: The Case For innovAGEING
Category: Blog
If you really want to find the next innovative breakthrough, then you should be looking where no-one else is looking. Airtasker Co-Founder, Tim Fung’s keynote address at Leading...
10 Mar
Digital design and technology meets aged care innovation
Digital design and technology meets aged care innovation
Category: Media
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...
21 Apr
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Virtual Reality: Coming to a clinical care session near you
Category: Blog
A robotic dog and virtual swims with dolphins are helping older Australians manage pain. In what may be Australia’s first use of virtual reality (VR) in the community setting, a...
16 Oct
New initiative aims to accelerate aged care innovation
New initiative aims to accelerate
aged care innovation
Category: Media
A national innovation network for Australia’s aged care industry has been announced this week by Leading Age Services Australia CEO Sean Rooney. Called innovAGEING, the network ...
19 Apr
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Disruption is dead, long live disruption
Category: Blog
A ‘business-as-usual’ approach can become untenable for those who are not attuned to capitalising on opportunities. The science fiction writer, William Gibson, once offered that...
27 May
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Designing for death: Love project or legacy of stigma?
Category: Blog
Detection and monitoring systems. Non-intrusive wearable devices. Carer apps. All reflect tech’s growing role in aged care. Technology and design also have a presence in the spa...
23 Jan
Government backs innovation in aged care
Government backs innovation in aged care
Category: Media
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 ov...
08 Mar
Robotic pets, Uber-like services in aged care’s future
Robotic pets, Uber-like services in aged care’s future
Category: Media
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 Ke...