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A lack of help and increasing dysfunction is the reality for many Australians. Even the most essential things become hard to access, basic medical care is beyond reach because their physical attendance is required. This is a real state for many people. This is the unseen reality that Frail, homebound, and bedridden people faces every day.
Being frail, homebound, and bedridden means being trapped and unable to leave home. But it doesn't have to be this way! Together, we can make a difference for these Australians.
They are just like anyone of us, our family, and our friends. Anyone can have a change in circumstances and so become frail, homebound, or bedridden.
They need social and health inclusion programs, care, love, and support, like the rest of us.
They do not want to stay trapped and unseen. Before their health issues, they were active members of the community, working as entrepreneurs, doctors, musicians, defence personnel, dancers, students and much more.
They need to be treated with dignity, respect and deserve inclusion opportunities adapted to their circumstances.
Bring light to frail, homebound and bedridden people by sharing this information. They deserve to be highlighted and included, like the rest of us.
To read more about their experiences, challenges, and their proposed solutions, visit facebook.com/AustralianFHBP/ or contact: Alejandra.email@example.com
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|Publication status||Published - 2 Mar 2021|
- Co-created video
- participatory action research
- Health access
- health promotion and disease prevention
- public health
- science communication
- communication access
- Virtual environment
- Allied Health
- GP training
FingerprintDive into the research topics of 'Highlighting the invisible: Frail, Homebound and Bedridden People'. Together they form a unique fingerprint.
A winner of the Big Ideas video competition to improve the Australian health system. Consumer Health Forum of Australia, 2021.
Pinero de Plaza, Maria Alejandra (Recipient), 23 Feb 2021
Prize: Other distinctionFile
Research Program: Visibility and Technological Solutions for Frail, Homebound and Bedridden People - FHBP
Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza (Participant), Penelope McMillan (Participant), Alline Beleigoli (Participant), Michael Lawless (Participant), Alexandra Mudd (Participant), Mandy Archibald (Participant), Matthew Tieu (Participant), Rebecca Feo (Participant), Erin Morton (Participant), Belinda Lange (Participant), Mark Thompson (Participant), Danielle Taylor (Participant), Sue Gordon (Participant), Agustina Gancia (Participant), Sarah Hunter (Participant), Kathy Phelan (Participant), Robyn Clark (Participant), Ricky Buchanan (Participant), Renuka Visvanathan (Participant) & Alison Kitson (Participant)Jun 2022 → Jun 2026
Activity: Other activity types › Other
Alejandra Pinero de Plaza (Member)31 Jan 2022 → 2025
Activity: Membership types › Membership of network
Meet the Minds/Brave: Highlighting the unseen: Bringing frail, homebound and bedridden people into view with technology
Alejandra Pinero de Plaza (Speaker)8 Jun 2021
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Oral presentation
Pinero de Plaza, M. A., 30 Mar 2022, In: JBI Evidence Implementation's Bulletin . Issue 1, 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Comment/debateOpen Access
Consumer engagement in health care policy, research and services: a systematic review and meta-analysis of methods and effectsWiles, L., Kay, D., Luker, J., Worley, A., Austin, J., Ball, A., Bevan, A., Cousins, M., Dalton, S., Hodges, E., Horvat, L., Kerrins, E., Marker, J., McKinnon, M., McMillan, P., Pinero de Plaza, M. A., Smith, J., Yeung, D. & Hillier, S., 27 Jan 2022, In: PLoS One. 17, 1, 26 p., e0261808.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile10 Citations (Scopus)129 Downloads (Pure)
Australian primary care reform requires co-designed Telehealth-based care for its homebound populationPinero de Plaza, M. A., Beleigoli, A., McMillan, P., Clark, R., Visvanathan, R. & Kitson, A., 2021. 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › PosterOpen AccessFile