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Research Based Strategy

We're on a mission to positively impact the challenges of technologic literacy and digital literacy on scale. And though we have some expertise regarding practical solutions, we also realise the scale and complexities we tackle are immense. 

That's why we've adopted a research-based strategy, setting aside our assumptions and investigating the problem with scientific rigour in order to design a solution that is as appealing as it is effective and financially feasible.


Phase 1 of our Research Pipeline begins with four simple surveys to understand the impacts of technology illiteracy on four key stakeholders.

This survey is for older adults themselves. It's designed for us to better understand technology literacy in the senior community, digging into challenges seniors face daily around technology and how they work to find solutions.

This survey is for aged care service providers. It's designed to gain insights into the obstacles technology illiteracy among seniors creates for the companies that care for them.

This survey is for the adult children and close care providers of seniors. It's designed to help us understand the impacts of technology literacy on you and the seniors you care most for.

This survey is focused on healthcare professionals. It's focused on understanding the challenges technology illiteracy have on Telehealth and healthcare services.

your privacy and safety

These surveys have been developed in line with the Australian Government’s National Health and Medical Research Council Statement on ethical considerations for quality assurance and evaluation activities (2014).


Our privacy policy is iron-clad and your information will be kept secure. No identifiable personal information will be shared. Aggregate survey responses may be shared with other organizations for purposes such as academic publications and fundraising.

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