Exploring the ways art centres in remote communities can link older Aboriginal people to services under consumer directed care.18/07/17
Anecdotally art centres help Aboriginal people living with dementia and other conditions associated with ageing, but integration into the service system has not been explored to date. The results will provide the government with a model which can be readily translated to approximately 90 art centres in remote community settings.
Talk2Me Technology- Enabling older people with dementia from CALD backgrounds to communicate their everyday needs18/07/17
Talk2Me will explore how people with dementia from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds (CALD) can easily communicate everyday needs with carers who do not speak the same language. NARI’s partners are Curve Tomorrow Pty Ltd and Mercy Health.
Moving Pictures: Using film and digital media to raise dementia awareness in CALD communities18/07/17
Early diagnosis of dementia is crucial to develop treatment plans, including palliative care, for families to organise their finances, and to ensure that with medication and therapies, a certain quality of life can be preserved. NARI has been sub-contracted by Curtin University to develop nine short films in conjunction with three CALD communities.
Improving service knowledge and access among older people from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) backgrounds with dementia17/07/17
The project will trial videoconferencing technology with interpreters for aged care assessments (with the interpreter in a different location to the assessment worker, older person and family).
Mapping the Journey in Residential Aged Care for Residents with Dementia17/07/17
Royal Freemasons has partnered with NARI to investigate new approaches to deliver consumer directed residential aged care. NARI will evaluate the enhanced care program for residential services which includes Transition Maps, an information-rich yet simple tool to map, track and coordinate a resident’s journey in care.