Fall Detection, NurseCare and Quality Standards Compliance

As the Royal Commission continues to move closer to releasing its outcomes, providers need to ensure they are making the right decisions to help protect and support their organisation. As such, Quality Standards for aged care projects are now being considered by providers and architects much earlier in the design or redevelopment stages of a

Can Aged Care Providers reduce falls and costs at the same time? Yes.

Finding the right balance between providing quality aged care and minimising costs is hard. Especially now, amidst what is arguably the most turbulent decade in the history of the Australian aged care sector. As we head towards post-COVID times we will start to leave behind one type of uncertainty to be faced with another, more

Designing for Dementia: Creating the Perfect Environment

Designing for Dementia - Creating the Perfect Environment

There are steps that carers and hospitals can take to make the care environment more appealing to people with dementia. Along with appropriate resident care from people who understand their condition, residents with Dementia can also benefit from access to certain design factors that make them feel protected and relaxed. Building a Suitable Environment for

Elsi Smart Floor Monitoring Systems – Innovation for Managed Care Systems

fall monitoring system

Technology in healthcare has made enormous strides in recent years and contributed significantly to making managed healthcare, well, more manageable. Innovative and integrated methods of monitoring patients in all manner of healthcare facilities have made processes easier on care professionals and patients alike. For instance, technology has contributed significantly to reduced response times as regards