10th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards

Held in conjunction with the 13th Ageing Asia 2022 - World Ageing Asia 

Venue: One Farrer Hotel (Level 6 Ballroom)

Complimentary Awards Viewing Link 4-6pm via Limited Zoom Links - RSVP Early https://bit.ly/3PnGQ56

Enquiries for Table Bookings or Book Seat Online at the Awards Ceremony in Singapore

The annual Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards organised by Ageing Asia honours excellence in business, operational and service models towards improving quality of life for elders. Deemed as the Oscars of Eldercare, the award is Asia Pacific’s most prestigious ageing industry recognition awards. Launched in 2013, the annual awards is the first of its kind in the region created to recognise organisations and the teams for their innovative and quality approaches to change the way the region’s older adults age, and applauds their contribution in shaping the future of the ageing landscape.

Each year, Ageing Asia assembles an international panel of judges comprising top global care leaders and experts to recognise outstanding products, innovations, programmes, services and facilities. The awards logo includes a human element that represents the values of empathy and passion of the people that deliver the care.

This prestigious industry award ceremony is one of the highlights of the annual Ageing Asia: World Ageing Festival (The hybrid edition), that will be held from 23 - 27 May 2022. The awards represents outstanding achievement, and bestows upon the Winners and Finalists use of the coveted exclusive Eldercare Innovation Awards logo. Winners also gain access a unique international platform for their organisations throughout Ageing Asia’s network of 68 countries.

10th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards 2022

Dress code: Ageing is the new black

All Finalists and Winners will be receiving their awards on stage. Smile for the cameras and pose at the photowall.

Guests invited to be seated by 1630

*Seating Priority* arranged by organisations. If you have purchased a Group of 10 package, you will have an allocated table labelled with your organisation name. 

Programme

1630: Welcome entrance march by Finalists on red carpet from entrance to stage (Finalists to stand on stage)

All finalists that have RSVP will have a A3 size foamboard sign of their organisation logo that they hold and Emcee will announce them as they come onto the carpet. 

1630 - 1640: Invitation for Event Guest of Honour and judges to take photo with Finalists on stage

1640 - 1650: Welcome Address by Awards Guest of Honour: Mr. Yoshiaki Takahashi, Deputy Chief of Mission and Minister, Embassy of Japan in Singapore

1650 - 1800: Announcement of Finalists and Winners

1800 - 2000:  All guests will be invited to the official 10th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards networking reception where food and beverages will be served in the exhibition foyer.  Enjoy the exhibits, continue the conversations, renew old friendships and get to know new people in the Ageing Asia Community.

Ageing Asia Networking Party Post Awards Entertainment by Mr Mario Serio, Pianist and Keyboardist

A consummate pianist and keyboardist classically schooled in his home town of New York City, Mario Serio plays all genres of music masterfully. Performing in Manhattan professionally since 1978, he has served as accompanist, arranger and musical director for many jazz, latin, pop, cabaret, broadway and revue performers from the United States, Latin America, Canada, Australia, Asia and Southeast Asia. Well known for his sophisticated musical approach, lush harmonic sense and keen ability to accompany vocalists and instrumentalists sensitively, he remains highly in demand by the American, Latin American and Asian musical communities. He is considered by many to be one of the most versatile pianist / keyboardist around

Congratulations to the 10th Asia Pacific Eldercare Innovation Awards Finalists

*Entries are listed in no particular order

OPERATOR CATEGORY

OPERATOR OF THE YEAR – RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE

Best residential aged care operator that demonstrates improvement in quality of life for older adults

FINALISTS:

• Mark Moran Warrawee by Mark Moran Group, Australia

• Sree Narayana Mission (Singapore) by Sree Narayana Mission, Singapore

• The Tanner Hill Joyous Home by Hong Kong Housing Society, Hong Kong SAR China

• THKNHeart by Thye Hua Kwan Nursing Home Limited, Singapore

OPERATOR OF THE YEAR – ASSISTED LIVING

Best operator that enables older adults who need some assistance with daily living are supported to live as independently as possible

FINALISTS:

• Hope Resident Small House Model by The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home, Singapore

• Meaning-full by ReU Living Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

• Realize Independent Living through Independence Support by Sompo Care Inc., Japan

OPERATOR OF THE YEAR – HOME CARE FOR AGEING-IN-PLACE

Best operator that provides the health, care and social services delivered to home

FINALISTS:

• Enhancing community ties and well-being through community nurses by Community Nurse Company, Japan

• Florence Nightingale Home Health & Nursing Ltd by Florence Nightingale Home Health & Nursing Ltd, Hong Kong SAR China

• Harmoni Online by K.P.N.SENIOR LIVING CO., LTD., Thailand

• Improving Aged Care With Telepresence Robots in IRT Home Care by IRT Group, Australia


FACILITY (CENTRE BASED)

FACILITY OF THE YEAR – DAY CARE CENTRE

Best social, health and care facility to enable ageing-in-place

FINALIST:

• Jade Circle Arena by The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home, Singapore

• Remembering the Good Old Days, by St Luke’s ElderCare, Singapore

• SASCO @ Hong Kah North Senior Daycare Centre by SASCO Senior Citizien's Home, Singapore & D'Perception Ritz Pte Ltd, Singapore

FACILITY (RESIDENTIAL)

FACILITY OF THE YEAR – RESIDENTIAL AGED CARE

Best residential aged care facility that demonstrates improvement in quality of life for older adults

FINALIST:

• Home Away from Home by St Luke's ElderCare, Singapore

• Mark Moran Warrawee by Mark Moran Group, Australia

• St Vincent’s Care Services Kew by Smith + Tracey Architects, Australia

FACILITY OF THE YEAR – ASSISTED LIVING

Best facility that enables older adults who need some assistance with daily living are supported to live as independently as possible

FINALISTS:

• BASScare Morgan Glen Iris by Smith + Tracey Architects, Australia

• Flipping Narratives by ReU Living Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

• Mark Moran Warrawee by Mark Moran Group, Australia

• Uniting Bowden Brae by PTW Architects, Australia

MODEL OF CARE

INNOVATION OF THE YEAR – ACTIVE AGEING

Best active ageing implementation that demonstrates improvement in quality of life for older adults

FINALIST:

• Active Ageing via Empowerment with Caring Ambassadors: Supportive Programme for new residents in private old aged homes in Hong Kong by Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Welfare Council Limited, Hong Kong SAR China

• Age related macula degeneration awareness and smart screening by Healfie

Technology Limited, Hong Kong SAR China

• “Oh!-Old!-Olympic” by Hong Kong Housing Society, Hong Kong SAR China

• Community Development Involving All Generations by General Incorporated Association Engao, Japan

• YoungHappy by YoungHappy, Thailand

INNOVATION OF THE YEAR – CAREGIVER MODEL

Best caregiver model implementation that demonstrates talent development, training and manpower support for the sector

FINALISTS:

• “Becoming a Resourceful Carer” - an in-house dementia care training programme developed for care staff in dementia day care settings by NTUC Health, Singapore

• Florence Nightingale Home Health & Nursing Ltd by Florence Nightingale Home Health & Nursing Ltd, Hong Kong SAR China

• Jockey Club CADENZA E-tools for Elder Care by Jockey Club Institute of Ageing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR China

INNOVATION OF THE YEAR – DEMENTIA CARE MODEL SOLUTION

Best dementia care model solution implementation that demonstrates improvement in quality of life for older adults

FINALIST:

• DEXIE - Multi-competency Social Robot for Nursing Home and Dementia Care by Dex-Lab Pte Ltd., Singapore

• Person Centred Dementia Care - Home Instead’s Dementia Care Programme Australia, Singapore and Japan by Home Instead, United States

The Restaurant of Mistaken Orders General Incorporated Association, Japan


DESIGN CATEGORY

*Projects that will complete by 2025 may apply

CARE SUITE OF THE YEAR

Best interior design for residential aged care room and ensuite bathroom that exudes thoughtfulness, style, comfort of home and enables independence of end user

FINALIST:

• Jade Circle Apartment by The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home, Singapore

• Mark Moran Warrawee by Mark Moran Group, Australia

• White Villa by Meesuk Society, Thailand


OUTDOOR SPACE OF THE YEAR

Best landscape, design and integration of physical and cognitive features that encourage outdoor activities and participation

FINALIST:

• Purposeful Outdoor Arena by The Salvation Army Peacehaven Nursing Home, Singapore

• St. Andrew's Nursing Home Therapeutic Garden by Hort Therapeutics Pte. Ltd., Singapore


DINING SPACE OF THE YEAR

Best interior design that invites seniors and community to enjoy the dining experience

FINALISTS:

• Food is Family by ReU Living Sdn Bhd, Malaysia

• SASCO @ Hong Kah North Senior Daycare Centre, designed by D'Perception Ritz Pte Ltd, Singapore

• Senior citizens' restaurant with taxi service | Residence Meredal - Erpe Mere (BE) by Moments Furniture, Belgium

• The Green Cafe by NTUC Health, Singapore


MARKETING CATEGORY

MARKETING CAMPAIGN OF THE YEAR

Best marketing campaign that entertains, informs and celebrates a positive image of ageing. Agency entry allowed.

FINALIST:

• ‘Be Ageless’ by NTUC Health, Singapore

• Culture Homes “Dining Together” Campaign on texture modified Softmeal by OHH Dear Communications & The Project Futurus, Hong Kong SAR China

• Most Remote Care Worker campaign by Anglicare Southern Queensland, Australia


PROGRAMMES

INNOVATION OF THE YEAR – SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMME

Best social engagement programme implementation that demonstrates improvement in quality of life for older adults

FINALISTS:

• Creating connections through Life Stories by Bolton Clarke, Australia

• “Day Day Cookcation” by Hong Kong Housing Society, Hong Kong SAR China

• Home Medical Care Site that Initiates Provision of Care by Older Adults to the Local Community by “Hotch-no-Lodge" from Orange medical group, Japan

• My Colourful Life Story by St Luke's ElderCare, Singapore

• Seniors Caring for Seniors Programme by TOUCH Community Services, Singapore


INNOVATION OF THE YEAR – RESPONSE TO COVID-19

Best initiative as response to COVID-19

FINALISTS:

• Active Ageing as a Positive Force through Sport by Sport Singapore, Singapore

• The largest medical platform providing doctor home visits for home quarantined COVID-19 patients by Fast DOCTOR Inc., Japan

• THKNH Care@NH Model by Thye Hua Kwan Nursing Home Limited, Singapore


BEST DEMENTIA CARE PROGRAMME

Best memory support programme to engage, enable rehabilitation and happiness for older adults with dementia

FINALIST:

• “Shop and Go” Brain Health Workshop by Hong Kong Housing Society x Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR China

• THKNH Project 3E by Thye Hua Kwan Nursing Home Limited, Singapore


OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY & INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY (ICT)

INNOVATION OF THE YEAR – PRODUCTIVITY

Best practices that demonstrate improved productivity in organisational efficiencies and quality of care delivery

FINALIST:

• Patient Transfer Scale by Radiance Medical Systems, Singapore

• EXO+ Shield X Foam Hip Protector by EXO+, Singapore

• Initiative - THKNH Enhanced Sanitation of Environment by Thye Hua Kwan Nursing Home, Singapore


INNOVATION OF THE YEAR – TECHNOLOGY

Best technological implementation that demonstrates improvement in quality of life for older adults

FINALISTS:

• DEXIE - Multi-competency Social Robot for Nursing Home and Dementia Care by Dex-Lab Pte Ltd., Singapore

• iHealth Screen developed by The Jockey Club CADENZA E-tools for Elder Care by Jockey Club Institute of Ageing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR China


BEST SMART CARE TECHNOLOGY – OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT SOLUTION

Best operational management technology innovation that enables independence, health monitoring, operational efficiency and care support

FINALISTS:

• Age related macula degeneration awareness and smart screening by Healfie Technology Limited, Hong Kong SAR China

• My Just Better Care App by Checked In Care, Australia

• Tell Touch by Tell Touch, Australia


PRODUCT

INNOVATION OF THE YEAR – PRODUCT

Best product implementation that demonstrates improvement in quality of life for older adults

FINALIST:

• Inulio by K.P.N.SENIOR LIVING CO., LTD., Thailand

• MULTI-FIT BED & HANDRAILS - The arrival of an era in which beds fit each person’s body by FRANCE BED CO.,LTD. & MEISEI & CO., LTD., Japan & Singapore

• Rediroom - Instant patient isolation by IDS MEDICAL SYSTEMS (SINGAPORE) PTE LTD, Singapore


INNOVATION OF THE YEAR – ASSISTIVE LIVING PRODUCT

Best product that supports ageing-in-place, independence and enablement for older adults

FINALISTS:

• EXO+ Shield X Foam Hip Protector by EXO+, Singapore

• JANUS et Cie Alta Collection by JANUS et Cie, Australia

• Tung Zai: the Helpful Friend by Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation, Hong Kong SAR China


BEST SMART CARE TECHNOLOGY – PRODUCT

Best care technology innovation that enables independence, health monitoring, and operational efficiency

FINALISTS:

• A Revolutionary Pain-numbing Device by Radiance Medical Systems, Singapore

• Best Smart Care Technology – Product by Person Centred Software, Australia

• Smart Homes for Seniors by McLean Care, Australia


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