NZ Herald article looks at Digital Seniors, a small trust in the Wairarapa aimed at helping older people understand technology better to protect against social exclusion.
CareAbout is a new service in Australia that helps people work their way through what is becoming an increasingly complex range of services and options.
The uptake of emerging technologies for care and service delivery could be accelerated – but not without people in healthcare trusting and talking to each other, says the Ministry of Health’s Jon Herries. Rachel Helyer Donaldson reports from the Homespace forum.
Research out of Massey University shows that older people are open to having monitoring technology at home if it allows them to remain in their own homes for longer.
Older Kiwis are particularly subject to cyber security breaches, according to a new report.
New research looks at the number of missing people with dementia and concludes that an alert system should be applied to help monitor people with dementia who are prone to wandering
With help from an Asia New Zealand Foundation media grant, Journalist Naiomi Arnold travelled to Japan to look at how robots are changing the face of elderly care. The subsequent 8000-word article was published in New Zealand Geographic and republished in Wikitribune.
With Eldernet hitting the 20 year mark, Jude Barback asks founder ELEANOR BODGER about what inspired her to set up Eldernet and the changes she’s seen since.
A new resource provides easy-to-understand and easy-to-access information on dementia.
In this honest and confronting opinion piece, Registered Nurse ELISABETH KENNEDY explains how trying to keep on top of interRAI training led her to neglect her role and her health.