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

The Art of Scheduling Care

Guide for creating the best working schedules for your aged care team and clients Scheduling tasks and activities in aged care looks easy, but it takes a lot of time to plan, prepare and execute effectively for the client and efficiently for the organisation. With...

The 4 Best Mobile Applications For The Elderly

Managing medications or treatments, planning day-to-day activities, staying up-to-date on the latest news, and enabling community participation  — these are a few ways mobile applications for the elderly can help. And as the ageing population continues to grow, there...

How Technology Is Shaping The Future Of Mental Health In Aged Care

Good mental health is a crucial factor associated with healthy ageing, and this is determined by a combination of psychological, biological and/or social and cultural factors. While the prevalence of mental health issues tends to decrease with age, our older...

How to Keep Your Residents Active and Connected During A Pandemic

The COVID-19 situation, whilst it seems to be under control in Australia, remains challenging for all sectors, including Aged Care. As the Australian government strive to adapt to this health crisis’s ever-changing conditions, we have to remember to key yet...

CareVision Launches Their Community Lifestyle Management Software

This management software aims to assist lifestyle managers and support workers with their daily activities, from managing tasks and requirements, community events and communicating with clients and their families. CareVison is launching the new Community Lifestyle...

Royal Commission Report: Why Technology Is Needed, Fast!

The release of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety’s final report with the title Care, Dignity and Respect signals a significant step to a new Aged Care Reform and an opportunity for the government, care providers, and the community to move towards...

The Biggest Challenges in Australia’s Aged Care System

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has released a final report which laid out several recommendations to restructure Australia's aged care system. Among the 148 recommendations, the report highlighted Australia's need for a new Aged Care Act. This...

Simplifying NDIS Billing

In Australia, almost one in five people have a disability. Of these, one in three has severe or profound core activity limitation. Around 60% of people with disability need assistance with at least one activity in their daily life. According to the Australian Bureau...

Essential Tools for Lifestyle Managers

No matter what industry you may be working in, there will undoubtedly be tools out there to help increase efficiency and administrative processes. Lifestyle Management is no different. In this blog, we assess a lifestyle manager’s needs and how technology solutions...

Retirement Living like never before

Whether you're creating a retirement living plan for yourself or your loved one, you'll always want the best living arrangement there is in your community. And although there is a lot of information about retirement plans out there, it is essential to understand your...

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The Art of Scheduling Care

Guide for creating the best working schedules for your aged care team and clients Scheduling tasks and activities in aged care looks easy, but it takes a lot of time to plan, prepare and execute effectively for the client and efficiently for the organisation. With...

read more

The 4 Best Mobile Applications For The Elderly

Managing medications or treatments, planning day-to-day activities, staying up-to-date on the latest news, and enabling community participation  — these are a few ways mobile applications for the elderly can help. And as the ageing population continues to grow, there...

read more

Royal Commission Report: Why Technology Is Needed, Fast!

The release of the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety’s final report with the title Care, Dignity and Respect signals a significant step to a new Aged Care Reform and an opportunity for the government, care providers, and the community to move towards...

read more

The Biggest Challenges in Australia’s Aged Care System

The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has released a final report which laid out several recommendations to restructure Australia's aged care system. Among the 148 recommendations, the report highlighted Australia's need for a new Aged Care Act. This...

read more

Simplifying NDIS Billing

In Australia, almost one in five people have a disability. Of these, one in three has severe or profound core activity limitation. Around 60% of people with disability need assistance with at least one activity in their daily life. According to the Australian Bureau...

read more

Essential Tools for Lifestyle Managers

No matter what industry you may be working in, there will undoubtedly be tools out there to help increase efficiency and administrative processes. Lifestyle Management is no different. In this blog, we assess a lifestyle manager’s needs and how technology solutions...

read more

Retirement Living like never before

Whether you're creating a retirement living plan for yourself or your loved one, you'll always want the best living arrangement there is in your community. And although there is a lot of information about retirement plans out there, it is essential to understand your...

read more

Transparency in Home Care Packages with Home Care Software

Transparency in Home Care Packages is an urgent need for all the stakeholders of care. Entering aged care is a major life decision, one that doesn’t always come cheap. Depending on the home care package cost, it could either be affordable for some or very expensive for those who have limited financial capacities. Older adults in the aged care sector, along with their families, usually seek because they want to know where their money is going. They certainly wouldn’t want to spend hundreds of dollars for nothing—they need to feel that they’re getting exactly what they’ve paid for. 

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New Home Care Management Software Features from CareVision

Don’t miss out as we have a bunch of new home care software features that we can’t wait to share with you! If you’re already a CareVision user, log into the OMP and you’ll see that it has gone through a major revamp. Here are some of the new things you can look...

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Home Care Management Portal Feature: Daily Questions

Picture this: you’re spending the weekend afternoon alone, having a cuppa in front of your TV when all of a sudden you receive a message. It reads, “Hey! How’s your day going?” How does it makes you feel? Special? Valued? All warm and fuzzy? Believe it or not, this is...

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Home Care Software Feature – Group Programs

What is a Social Group? Home Care Software Features for Social Groups is important for any care organisation that offer services funded by CHSP. Specially curated by care administrators and coordinators, Social Groups host various activities...

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Digital Transformation Technology For Aging at Home

CareVision has launched a new interactive Digital Transformation 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...

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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...

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