Future of Ageing Awards finalists announced


Some of the industry’s biggest names are being recognised in this year’s Future of Ageing Awards.

Now in their second year, the awards focus on identifying leadership and innovation across Australia’s aged care industry, and share this through a series of articles designed to highlight how to improve care and service to ageing Australian.

Inside Ageing’s publisher Sean McKeown said the winners’ stories are key to the awards program and integral to helping others learn about new technology and approaches to care – it is one of the conditions of entry that a product or innovation has the potential to scale and be rolled out to other sites.

“Inside Ageing published close to 20 stories profiling last year’s winners and highly-commended, and we’re still getting tremendous story reads against these”, he said.

“We’ve also been able to take things a step further this year with our awards partner Novigi, who are presenting on a number of technology-related topics such as the recent Data Governance webinar, which can be accessed on-demand here“, he said.

Congratulations to this year’s finalists who are listed below:

Community Engagement

Carinity

City of Unley

Banksia Village

Consumer Experience

ECHO Community Services

Baptistcare Western Australia

St Vincent’s Care Services

IRT Group

New Way to Stay

Dementia Care

Brightwater

3Bridges

Palliative Care

SummitCare

Dementia Australia

Property & Design

Turner, IDG Architects & Advantaged Care

Swancare

Research

Grant Thornton

University of Queensland (UQ)

Service transformation

Dementia Australia

St Vincent’s Care Services

Social Inclusion

Feros Care

Opal Care

Technology

Illuminance Solutions

Dementia Australia

Humanetix

SILVR Adentures

Person Centred Software

The award winners will be announced on October 30 via this website.

Previous winners are indexed at futureofageing.com.au/2019-winners/ – linking to each of their stories.

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