Retirement Living Solutions

If your aim is to offer resort style living, then you should be considering in room entertainment and service booking solutions.

CareVision helps you nurture a thriving retirement community, enhance resident experience, and provide residents with more services and options.

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Residential Aged Care

Residential Aged Care is more complex and demanding than ever. Families want more information, residents require higher levels of care, and resources are limited.

CareVision takes the stress out of communications  and operations while offering interactive and personalised activities for residents.

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Home Care

If you are a home care operator or have considered offering home care services, the right technology solution is key to long term success.

CareVision’s single solution includes all the tools and technology you will need to operate a successful home care business.

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A robust platform catering to all your operational needs from retirement living to aged care, and even home care

Ready To Integrate

CareVision is ready to integrate with your other enterprise systems, such as your ERP, or Clinical records management Systems. We have API’s available and secure method of integration. CareVision is the number one solution for community engagement, improving patient outcomes, carer mobility and communications.

With You Every Step of The Way

CareVision supports you all the way, with free installation for all new purchases. Larger organisations might also want to engage CareVision for support with project and change management services to help your organisation get the most from the CareVision Care Platform.

Modular Design

CareVision’s solution has been built in a modular way, enabling the care consumer, or care provider to customise the use of modules to the care consumers needs. Additionally, the modular design allows the organisation to utilise their current enterprise platforms and integrate for a seamless user experience

Technology Older People Love

The biggest challenge for many aged care and retirement living providers is finding a solution that won’t be left in the corner collecting dust. CareVision’s focus on usability for the care consumer means CareVision will actually work. On average, people over 65 watch 6.4 hours of TV each day, so they have engaged in your solution already.

Built In Nurturing

CareVision makes the process of adoption for your organisation and community easy, with built-in user engagement and nurturing. Encouraging family participation, gamify the process and making elements of platform fun. There is also the ability to phase the implementation at your organisation module by module to make adoption easier.


One size does not fit all. Organisations can choose which modules work for their organisation, while individuals are given the freedom to customise their experience. Being able to customise the experience to different roles, user ability or simply to assist with the smooth transition to the CareVision solution.

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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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 — The new RFBI Dubbo Masonic Village in Dubbo deserves some congratulations,...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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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,...
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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...
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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.  Despite population growth and aging, the competitive environment is intensifying with more new villages being built than ever...
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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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Are You Ready To Live To 100?

Are You Ready To Live To 100? Lynda Gratton, a London Business School professor believes living longer requires individuals and corporations to change their approach to careers, life transitions and retirement. She authored a new book entitled "The 100-Year Life:...
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The Importance of Family Photos

Reminiscence therapy is a widely used method of intervention in dementia care. The process involves conducting meaningful conversations within a group of people or two individuals to improve cognitive well-being. Family members highly recommend Reminiscence Therapy...
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Social Isolation Matters

Social Isolation continues to be a topic of discussion in the Care industry because of its threats to the physical and mental health among those who experience it. Social Isolation costs Lives Social Isolation is often closely tied with Loneliness, and this often...
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