The Papa Project - Helping Oldies be Goldies

Project Info

Team Members


2 members with unpublished profiles.

Project Description


How can we help councils work through opportunities brought about by the growing population in Australia?
In 2016-17 $17.4billion was spent by governments on aged care however people and their family in this senior age range often are unaware of all the services and programs available to them.
Our app is designed to use open government data, local council data like Wyndham's Occasional Care data set and location information to collate all the available services and program for seniors into one easy to navigate, user friendly app. This will not only help the seniors and their families find the relevant information, but the data from the app will also help inform local councils of the programs and infrastructure needs of their local communities in real time.


Evidence of Work

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Team DataSets

Participation in Sports and Recreation

Description of Use: To research participation by age in recreation

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Sports Planning Tool

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Geocoded National Address Flat File

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Wyndham City Occasional Care

Description of Use: app content

Data Set

Palliative Care services

Description of Use: problem statement definition and app navigation and content

Data Set

Alcohol and Drug Treatment services

Description of Use: problem statement definition and app navigation and content

Data Set

Mental health services

Description of Use: problem statement definition and app navigation and content

Data Set

Primary Health Care data

Description of Use: problem statement definition and app navigation and content

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The Health and Welfare Workforces

Description of Use: problem statement definition and app navigation and content

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Aged Care Services list

Description of Use: problem statement definition and app navigation and content

Data Set

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