In contrast to the negative view of the ageing population as a major challenge, iAccelerate resident Living Connected focus on the opportunities that stem from elders as customers, clients and valued members of the community. 

Through the assistance of an allocated University of Wollongong MBA student, Living Connected has identified evidence of the economic value linked to improving the Digital Inclusion of Elders. A report based on this evidence is due to be released on May 11.

Living Connected want to share their message with government agencies, businesses and care providers with advice on how they can benefit from the services offered by Living Connected.

University of Wollongong students enrolled in “Creative Public Relations Campaigns” are utilising Living Connected as their ‘real world’ practice of public relations campaign development. The students are working in teams to design a creative launch event and campaign for the Digital Inclusion of Elders report.

Living Connected would like to invite you to join them in the iAccelerate Foyer on May 11 from 1pm – 1:30pm to celebrate the launch of the Digital Inclusion Elders report.

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