INS Exhibited and Presented at LASA Congress

This year's LASA Congress, held 5-7 August, 2013, featured new and innovative research and approaches in aged services, including residential, community care and retirement living. Technology in the aged services industry is advancing rapidly as Australians are living longer and demanding services like never before. The INS Group has developed innovative technologies and services to meet this growing demand.

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INS Exhibited at OT National Conference in SA

The Occupational Therapy Australia conference brings together Occupational Therapists from across the country. This year's conference was held 24-26 July, 2013.

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Stockland is the third to pilot The INS Group's new TeleHealth service at their Lourdes Retirement Village in Killara, NSW

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The INS Group's unique, patented TeleHealth system known as the LifeGuard SmartKiosk was launched in May, with the first inatallation in New South Wales and a second in Victoria.

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Australian Unity is the second to pilot The INS Group's new TeleHealth service at their Peninsula Grange village in Mornington, VIC

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Australian Unity's Peninsula Grange Village in Mornington, Victoria is the second village to trial The INS Group's new TeleHealth system, installed in their Community Centre on Wednesday, 29th May, 2013. The team from INS then tested the system and educated village staff members on its use.

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The INS Group launches a unique new TeleHealth service with pilot installation at UnitingCare Ageing's Farmborough Grove Village

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The INS Group has developed a unique, patented TeleHealth system designed to assist with monitoring the health of individuals, particularly those with medical conditions such as diabetes, COPD, chronic heart failure or unstable blood pressure, in a group setting. The LifeGuard SmartKiosk consists of a purpose-built computer tablet and a custom dock that receives signals from various transmitters and medical devices via Bluetooth, and then transmits them to a nurse in our Emergency Response Centre for monitoring.

Residents access the LifeGuard SmartKiosk via an RFID access card that identifies them and ensures their medical data and history is kept secure.

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