Australian government to pilot Care Protect monitoring system

Ben Wilson (left) and Scott Sterling, business development managers, Care Protect

Care Protect surveillance and monitoring systems will be piloted in five state-owned care homes in Australia. The South Australian government is investing A$500,000 (£273,718) to promote high-quality care services in the wake of the Oakden nursing home scandal in Adelaide. A review into Oakden found that residents were ‘poorly cared for, forgotten and ignored’, with…

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