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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 for...
Designing for death: Love project or legacy of stigma?
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 space ...
Building from COVID-19: Towards Connected Communities, Meaningful Innovation, and Humanised Technology
During this crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic, the age services industry has inadvertently been handed its greatest opportunity to shift focus, and rapidly apply meaningful change th...
The Secret on Increasing Workforce Capacity… Eliminating Underemployment
From speaking with our clients, we know that finding workers to fill vacant shifts is hard at the best of times and is now made more challenging in the current situation with Covid...
Catalysing Aged Care’s ‘Next Normal’
Digital services have played a crucial role in the aged care sector’s response to COVID-19. Across the country, aged care providers are using technology in new ways to ensure conti...
The Importance of Being Channel Enabled: Making Communities Happen During COVID-19 and Beyond
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 communicat...
Design In Aged Care Can Solve Your Problems: And Why Repackaging Orthodoxies Should First Piss You Off!
“It is difficult to get someone to understand something when their salary depends upon them not understanding it.” — Upton Sinclair, The Jungle Strip the colourful post-it notes, b...