Held over two days at the end of April on the Gold Coast, the Global World Summit was an opportunity to hear from more than 40 speakers and industry experts in the areas of palliative care, dementia care, technology and robotics, education and community services.
With two-thirds of the world’s population aged over 65 expected to be living in the Asia Pacific region by 2055, the need for innovation and improvement in aged car sector has never been more important.
PBF Australia was provided a booth at the summit by one of our standout corporate members, and GWS platinum sponsor – Charlton Brown.
Tony South from PBF joined more than 400 international experts, innovators, policy makers and health professionals for a robust discussion about striking the balance between responsibility and innovation in care for the aging.
A highly skilled, professionally trained workforce is just one of the major influencer that will solve the challenges of the future of aged care globally. This forum enabled attendees to share knowledge about emerging global practices and to learn how Australia is going to respond to the challenges in the future.
Thank you Charlton Brown for involving PBF Australia in such a fascinating and informative event. Pictured with PBF’s Tony South are Kay Ganley (CEO – Charlton Brown) and Petrina Fraccaro (General Manager – Charlton Brown).