Research undertaken for the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety found that an overwhelming majority (80%) of surveyed older Australians want to remain living in their own homes, with 62% also preferring to receive care services at home. In the aftermath of the Royal Commission, industry attention has been primarily focused on the operations of Aged Care facilities, but as this research suggests, perhaps we should allocate more of this focus towards the enhancement and innovation of our Aged Home-Care providers’ services, as they are so heavily in demand.
Joining us as we discuss how to support and encourage Home Care Providers to adopt technology and innovation, is ECH CEO, Dr David Panter. David has spearheaded the movement towards innovative technology use in his organisation, one of the largest providers of aged care services in South Australia. ECH has invested in state-of-the-art technologies and age-tech business, with the intent of enabling their clients and residents to remain independent and diminish the isolation phenomenon.
Join David in conversation with Jay Malone (Novigi, Client Partner) and Sean McKeown (Inside Ageing) at 1 pm, Wednesday 14 April as they discuss the latest technology and embracing innovation in Aged Home Care Services.
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