Queensland University of Technology has conducted a study into the effectiveness of different forms of technology in reducing social isolation in older Australians.Read more >
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The Department of Health will be hosting a 30-minute online educational program on Wednesday 26 October on the topic of ‘ACFI: A guide for providers of aged care’.Read more >
Gaming is being used to educate aged and healthcare workers about issues such as safety risks and hazards within a care environment.Read more >
Telstra Health – Aged, Disability & Community Care (ADCC) will be an exhibitor at the upcoming LASA National Congress.Read more >
Telstra Health – Aged, Disability & Community Care (ADCC) recently attended the 2016 ACSA National Summit in Hobart. With the theme ‘Choose to Thrive’, the conference explored ways for providers to innovate in order to keep up with the changing, consumer-led landscape.Read more >
Virtual reality units are being utilised in aged care facilities at an increasing rate, with providers saying the devices help to lessen signs of agitation and restlessness in residents with dementia.Read more >
A CSIRO study has found that telehealth has the potential to save $3 billion annually, with study participants experiencing a 36 per cent decrease in hospital admissions throughout the 12 month trial.Read more >
Telstra Health is pleased to announce that our Medication Management app, MedMobile, has won the Excellence in Mobility and Devices award at the Microsoft Australia Partner Awards (MAPA).Read more >
Telstra Health’s electronic medication management app MedMobile was a finalist at the National iAwards, after being awarded Mobility Innovation of the Year at the Victorian iAwards in July.Read more >
Leading software companies are increasingly turning to user experience experts to ensure their products are enjoyable and easy to use. To better understand the importance of user experience, we look back at a 2015 interview with Telstra Health – Aged, Disability & Community Care’s User Experience (UX) Manager, Matthew Sarah, where he explains why UX matters and how it benefits users.
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