- BY Robyn Goldstone
Chris Goldstone, Managing Director of Strategic Directions is the MC for the Feros Care Smart Technologies Bootcamp on the Gold Coast o the 27-28 August. This is a two day industry conference to introduce and improve smart technologies in Aged Care and with Community Providers.
Aged care provider Feros Care, winner of the Best Organisation category at the 2014 Aged & Community Services Australia’s National Awards for Excellence, believes collaboration is the key to providing innovative aged care models and is hosting the event to enable the transfer of information and to help build capability in the use of smart technologies of all industry stakeholders.
Chris is looking forward to being the MC, ” We have an ageing community and it is an important agenda to shape the way we live and contribute to independent living with the use of technology. We expect to host aged and community care provides from around Australia and internationally”
The bootcamp will run over two days covering practical workshops on virtual case management, m-health, social connectedness, falls and mobility, dementia technologies and tele health.
Jennene Buckley, Chief Executive Officer of Feros Care for the past 14 years said the bootcamp will showcase all the work Feros Care is undertaking in smart technologies and will share with the industry our lessons learned giving many providers a flying start into the smart technology space.
“Feros Care is committed to using technology and making a positive contribution to the reshaping service provision in aged care and providing modern innovative options for healthy ageing, independent living and workforce modernisation,” said Ms Buckley.
Registrations are now open and only 200 places are available. Register now to avoid disappointment. Book before 25 June 2015 and receive 15 per cent off the ticket price.
For more information visit http://www.smarttechnologiesbootcamp.com.au/