Care Hack got quite a bit of media coverage due to the current challenges and issues with aged care being such a universal subject – everybody knows an older person and everybody wants to live as independently for as long as possible.
Care Hack was a forum to bring forth and further develop solutions to this issue.
You may like to read some of the articles featuring the Care Hack event:
Australian Ageing Agenda [website] - Event puts aged care issues and solutions under the spotlight. Published 14 January 2019 [accessed 10 December 2019]
Hello Care [website] - Aged care event asks the public for their ideas to innovate in ageing. Published 8 February 2019 [accessed 10 December 2019]
COTA Evolve Magazine [Online Publication] - Making time count: Care Hack reimagines ageing (Page 13). Published March 2019 [accessed 10 December 2019]
Open Access Data Resources
For those who are interested in researching further the issues and challenges in aged care that Care Hack is supporting, the project team have developed an interactive list of data resources that are open access and freely available for download.
If you are interested in data from any of the following aged care sectors, please download our Care Hack Open Access Data List (370kb PDF) which will connect you to government policy papers and editorials:
Care Hack Open Access Data List - February 2019 (370kb PDF)