InteliCare announced a partnership with Technology for Ageing and Disability ACT (TADACT) to supply InteliLiving to Canberra.
Technology for Ageing and Disability ACT (TADACT) has partnered with InteliCare to become the first providers of InteliLiving to homes in Canberra.
Before you invest in expensive equipment you think will be helpful, read our list of Top 10 assistive devices for elderly people.
InteliCare is pleased to announce it has won three iAwards and the overall $10k prize. The 2020 iAwards is Australia’s longest-running and most broadly scoped innovation recognition program. It is presented by Australia’s peak technology body, the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), and unearths, recognises and rewards excellence in Australian innovation. Jason Waller, CEO… Read more »
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.
80% of aged care budget is spent on 20% of recipients. In under 5 minutes, InteliCare CEO Jason Waller explains how technology addresses this economic dilemma.
InteliCare’s CEO and Managing Director, Jason Waller joins a panel of medtech experts to discuss increased healthcare spending and its impact on the sector.
Does the current aged care system provide for Australians seeking to age in their own home? Based on the Royal Commission’s interim report, we don’t believe so. InteliCare has submitted a proposal to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety with recommendations to maximise the potential of assistive technology.
Australia’s existing aged care system is on the verge of being overwhelmed. Jason Waller proposes a solution to support the industry.