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Innovating Training and Development: VR and Immersive Learning Can Help
Virtual reality (VR) and immersive learning provides a fast and cost effective empowering skills solution that overcomes challenges age services organisations are currently experie...
Innovation Through Servant Leadership and Courage
There’s a saying that you can’t do today’s job with yesterday’s methods, and still be in business tomorrow. Late last year I attended an Australian Institut...
Pressure injury prevention: Time to measure, time to care
The death of Ann Marie Smith has shocked Australia. Whilst an independent review is investigating the social and system failures that have occurred in her care, the reported facts ...
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...
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 care...
How can providers manage social and community perceptions during COVID-19?
Unfortunately, there is no marketing and communications playbook for managing a global health crisis like COVID-19. Professional marketers, agencies, PR firms and communicators are...
Service Continuity During COVID-19: Australian Scale-Ups and Start-Ups Can Help
In the months ahead, safe and supported independence for older Australians is going to become unfathomably difficult. Out of necessity, providers are scrambling to consider how the...
UV Disinfection and Transport Robots Join the Fight Against COVID-19
The robotics industry has come a long way over the past 10 years, but nothing will bring automation to the front of our minds like an international pandemic. Aged care providers ar...
Combating Lockdown Isolation with Technology and Music
New restrictions mean residents of aged-care facilities are feeling more isolated than ever, with overworked, overburdened staff scrambling to provide services to continue to suppo...
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 ca...