Leonie Mulheran has worked in the aged care industry for almost 24 years. Leonie first graduated from nursing at QUT, then worked at the Royal Brisbane and Wesley Hospital before her role at TENA, moving into the State Managers role for QLD at the age of 25. Leonie then worked for Intouch within the community care sector, managing the Continence Aids Assistance Scheme for the Department of Health and Ageing, the DVA RAP scheme for the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Medical Aids Subsidy Scheme. Leonie has three beautiful boys (Lachlan 16, Cooper 13 and Jackson 9).
After working with Simavita a world first medical device she then moved to her next innovative career at Lamson in 2016. Leonie been working with automated solutions in hospitals, hotels and most importantly in aged care. She has been integral in successfully launching the first in the world robotic transport system into aged care facilities around Australia.
Day 3, 11:00am – 11:30am – Robots Changing the Lives of Staff and Residents