the ingredients for a client engagement channel

the ingredients for a client engagement channel

I think it’s fair to say that the world around us changes at a rapid pace.  Across Ageing and Disability, the last few years have seen tremendous change that is starting to challenge even the most prepared groups.  Couple this with advancing technology, increased...
how is my loved one doing?

how is my loved one doing?

It’s a great question and one thats asked by families all over the country with a loved one in care. In todays world of busy lives, endless work hours and time poor people, how do we know our loved one’s are being cared for in the best way. Maybe they live at home far...
take the next step!

take the next step!

In this months community news we wanted share some interesting things happening on hayylo. Day after day we are blown away by the ideas created by hayylo users and believe that everyone can benefit from a more open and connected care experience.  If your a care...
dealing with budget cuts, how to make the most of them

dealing with budget cuts, how to make the most of them

It seems, with no uncertainty, that government policies will continue to change the way residential and community based support providers access funding.  Just when we get through a recent wave of changes, we are hit again, with the next hurdle to jump.  One thing is...
when do we need to stop investing in change?

when do we need to stop investing in change?

“Our clients are happy”, “The new upgrades to our facilities are fantastic”, “We have just installed wifi across our client homes”.  These are some of the comments we hear across the groups we work with on a daily basis.  Its great to see many groups upgrading their...
organised chaos…is that a thing?

organised chaos…is that a thing?

We spend a lot of our time visiting providers around the country, listening to their issues and getting an in-depth look at their operations and visions for the future.  We get to look at their challenges and come up with new and innovative ways to help do things...

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