A National Seniors report has revealed that the majority of older people make decisions about retirement and care services based on information from trusted advisers, rather than looking online.Read more >
Posts tagged 'internet'
Residential aged care providers are increasingly offering internet access and tablet devices to improve the socialisation and independence of residents.Read more >
Older Australians are now actively embracing technology, with the best apps designed to assist seniors recently revealed.Read more >
Aged care providers are recognising the benefits of engaging older Australians through the internet. This can come in the form of marketing their organisation online, through to offering free Wi-Fi access or basic computer lessons. It is important that providers understand the value of this commodity in differentiating their business from their competitors.Read more >
With an ageing population and an increase in chronic diseases, the adoption of the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) – such as watches with inbuilt monitoring sensors – is set to change the aged care sector.Read more >
In an era where broadband and cloud computing are revolutionising entire industries, the time has come to place greater emphasis on the sophistication of IT systems in the aged care sector. Today on the iCareHealth blog, we revisit a 2013 post that explores the growing demand on the aged care sector and how technology can help relieve this pressure.Read more >
A study has revealed that two in five senior Australians use the internet to overcome feelings of loneliness, prompting aged care providers to increasingly offer the technology.Read more >