Australians do 42 million hours of unpaid care per week. [i] This National Carers Week we recognise a million reasons to care, in representation of the millions of hours that are spent caring for others. Carers are now turning to technology to discover innovative ways they can support those in need, without the extensive drain… Read more »
The pull towards helping your parents age safely in their own home can be strong. To see them live out their lives in their own environment; give them the comfort of familiar surrounds; and help maintain the relationships they’ve built over many years – sometimes even a lifetime. It’s why so many people want better… Read more »
The 2021 federal budget is a missed opportunity for badly needed aged care reform, writes InteliCare CEO, Jason Waller. With the budget allocation in response to the aged care royal commission in mind, it’s clear that the Australian government has finally found assistive technology to be a critical way to secure the future of our elderly… Read more »
One of the main concerns we have around new technology is privacy. Am I being watched? Is there some sort of big-brother surveillance in my home (or in my phone)? It’s so common that we thought it was about time to discuss monitoring. What does it mean to be monitored and will I still have my privacy?
The latest fall prevention technology is reducing the risk of a fall and warning carers before a fall happens. See how they work.
Before you invest in expensive equipment you think will be helpful, read our list of Top 10 assistive devices for elderly people.
Now more than ever we need to care for our elderly parents and adopt new technology designed to keep them happier and safer at home.