Nick Goodwin to be a Hackathon Judge at New Futures Hackathon for Ageing in Place (21-22 Oct 22)

Professor Nick Goodwin is proud to represent the CCRI as a Hackathon Judge at the New Futures Hackathon for Ageing in Place, 21-22 October, at I2N Hub Honeysuckle, 16B Honeysuckle Drive, Newcastle NSW.

The New Futures Hackathon for Ageing in Place will bring together multidisciplinary minds to explore the barriers around ageing at home and how our elderly community can remain independent, in control and at home while they age.

Ageing at home offers significant advantages to our ageing community and our society, however there are significant barriers to overcome on the way. CCRI is committed to supporting the development and testing of health and wellbeing technologies that support home-based integrated care in the future.

Come along and meet new people, be exposed to fresh ideas, learn new skills and build creative, original work!

Click here to register.


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