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Latest News from CareVision, our partners and around the aged care industry

Australia’s Most Advanced and Innovative Retirement and Aged Care Platform comes to Dubbo

CareVision partners with Royal Freemasons Benevolent Institution (RFBI) for their newest state-of-the-art facility with client concierge technology enhancing the client experience Dubbo, NSW ‚ÄĒ The new RFBI Dubbo Masonic Village in Dubbo deserves some congratulations,...

Navigating the Aged Care System in Australia

It has been said that to navigate aged care in Australia’s fragmented social systems, split between different levels of government and various non-government departments, non-for profits, and support bodies, requires a social science degree. To make it easier,...

Digital Transformation For Aging at Home

CareVision has launched a new interactive technology involving the humble TV and the internet which could reduce the rates of social isolation amongst the elderly. There are more than 20% of Australians over 65 are socially isolated and this number is increasing...

Top 5 Challenges for Seniors Using Technology

The concept of ageism plays a significant role in perceiving that older adults are less mentally and physically competent, incapable of adapting to the latest technology that could otherwise improve their overall health and well-being. Technology has driven a variety...

Interactive Technology for Aged Care & Home Care Success

Wondering what interactive technology for aged care actually works? what is used by residents and delivers real value? With the average person over 65 spending approximately 5.8 hours per day watching television, it remains the most popular choice of entertainment and...

On-Demand Care and Respite Technology

On-Demand Care services are slowly changing the way we approach our everyday lives. The successes and conveniences in the on-demand economy, such as Uber for transportation, and Netflix for entertainment are prompting a conversation about the application of on-demand...

Reducing Social Isolation with CareVision Technology

Social isolation is linked to a range of health problems, such as poor coping mechanism, increased risk of developing Dementia, cardiovascular problems, increased incidence of slips and fall accidents. It also leads to a higher aged care and social service usage, and...

What the NDIS Will Do to Aged Care

The National Disability Insurance Scheme or NDIS is a program implemented by the National Disability Insurance Agency(NDIA), an independent Commonwealth statutory agency. The insurance scheme provides individualised support and services to Australians with a...

Navigating the Aged Care System in Australia

It has been said that to navigate aged care in Australia’s fragmented social systems, split between different levels of government and various non-government departments, non-for profits, and support bodies, requires a social science degree. To make it easier,...

Retirement Living Like Never Before

There are over 2,200 retirement communities across Australia, catering to the lifestyles and retirement needs of over 170,000 Australians.

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Navigating the Aged Care System in Australia

It has been said that to navigate aged care in Australia’s fragmented social systems, split between different levels of government and various non-government departments, non-for profits, and support bodies, requires a social science degree. To make it easier,...

read more

Digital Transformation For Aging at Home

CareVision has launched a new interactive technology involving the humble TV and the internet which could reduce the rates of social isolation amongst the elderly. There are more than 20% of Australians over 65 are socially isolated and this number is increasing...

read more

Top 5 Challenges for Seniors Using Technology

The concept of ageism plays a significant role in perceiving that older adults are less mentally and physically competent, incapable of adapting to the latest technology that could otherwise improve their overall health and well-being. Technology has driven a variety...

read more

Interactive Technology for Aged Care & Home Care Success

Wondering what interactive technology for aged care actually works? what is used by residents and delivers real value? With the average person over 65 spending approximately 5.8 hours per day watching television, it remains the most popular choice of entertainment and...

read more

On-Demand Care and Respite Technology

On-Demand Care services are slowly changing the way we approach our everyday lives. The successes and conveniences in the on-demand economy, such as Uber for transportation, and Netflix for entertainment are prompting a conversation about the application of on-demand...

read more

Reducing Social Isolation with CareVision Technology

Social isolation is linked to a range of health problems, such as poor coping mechanism, increased risk of developing Dementia, cardiovascular problems, increased incidence of slips and fall accidents. It also leads to a higher aged care and social service usage, and...

read more

What the NDIS Will Do to Aged Care

The National Disability Insurance Scheme or NDIS is a program implemented by the National Disability Insurance Agency(NDIA), an independent Commonwealth statutory agency. The insurance scheme provides individualised support and services to Australians with a...

read more

Navigating the Aged Care System in Australia

It has been said that to navigate aged care in Australia’s fragmented social systems, split between different levels of government and various non-government departments, non-for profits, and support bodies, requires a social science degree. To make it easier,...

read more

The Importance of Community On Well being

Individuals that regularly engage in daily living activities in older age have enhanced levels of well-being. It is important to note that the type of participation matters because the strength of the link between participation and wellbeing depends on the specific...

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CareVision launches service in the Wingecarabee Region

CareVision offers a unique single platform that caters to the needs of individuals, families, friends and care providers, and is now available in the Wingecarabee Region After being put to the test by over 50 older local residents of the Wingecarribee area, CareVision...

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CareVision Searches for Solutions to Loneliness in Aged Care

With multiple successful business ventures behind him, David Fairbairn is at it again. From computerising chemists in the 80s, to digitising the building industry since the 90’s, David is turning his attention to a matter that’s close to home and looking for solutions...

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