Australia’s aged care sector recently demonstrated its forward-thinking approach and commitment to innovation at the 12th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards held in Singapore. The awards were part of the World Ageing Festival, which attracted 5,000 people dedicated to fostering global knowledge, collaboration, and partnerships1.

Key Points:

  • Ryman Healthcare Australia received three awards, including Operator of the Year for “Ageing-in-Place” and “Assisted Living.”
  • Bolton Clarke was recognised as the Operator of the Year for “Active Living” and received the Innovation of the Year award for “Employee Well-being.”
  • ACCPA CEO Tom Symondson was honoured as one of the Global Ageing Influencers.

The focus is on enhancing the well-being of older Australians through a high-performing, trusted, and sustainable aged care sector. The goal is to keep people at the heart of aged care, providing more choice and control for older Australians to live safely at home for as long as possible.

These awards celebrate excellence in aged care and highlight the industry’s dedication to improving the lives of older adults through innovative practices and services.

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