July - Sept 2022. This report provides a summary of the various projects that are being conducted using the ACT Assess & Connect tool across our International Research Network.
April - June 2022. This report provides key updates from our global community as well as an insight into our work.
IN Conversation with... Ian Philp In this interview series, Michele Boden, speaks to members of the the ACT™ Research Network. Michele Boden, Head of the ACT™ Research Network, speaks to Age Care Technologies® founder Ian Philp about his career, interest in Gerontology and development of the ACT™ Assessment tool and methodology. https://agecaretechnologies.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/In-conversation-with...Ian-Philp-1.mp4 GET MORE INformation Interested … Continue reading In Conversation with Ian Philp
Globally, older women carry out and estimated 4.3 hours of unpaid work daily, including childcare and care of other members of the community as well as domestic work. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic this figure is now thought to be much higher.
Since the turn of the millennium the way in which we interact with technology has revolutionised our daily lives. At the start of the 2000’s less than 7% of the world had access to the internet, while today over half the global population is online. But what does it mean to grow old in a digital world?
Dementia care: understanding the complexities, challenges and inequalities As a part of its ‘Decade of Healthy Ageing’, the United Nations, along with the World Health Organization, has highlighted addressing Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias as one of the biggest challenges of public health planning for both developed and developing nations. The Challenge Early diagnosis is … Continue reading Dementia care: understanding the complexities, challenges and inequalities
Living a long and healthy life should be an opportunity that is open to us of all. Unfortunately, depending on where and when you were born, external factors can significantly influence and impact our health and the way in which we age.