Global Insights , China Context




Dear Sir/Madam,


You are cordially invited to attend the International China Ageing Industry Association Networking Event in Guangzhou on Friday, May 13th, 2016.


Community & at-home care services have attracted plenty of industry practitioners. A growing number of seniors in China will choose to spend their retiring life at home which aligns with“9073”policy. However, there is no mature operation model for community & at-home care service in China. There is no precedent for us to follow and no ready experience for us to refer to. We can only “cross the river by feeling the stones”.


The event will feature RDNS (Royal District Nursing Service) to share their service model, operational experience and their development in community & at-home care in Australia and China. RDNS was founded in 1885 and is celebrating its 130th birthday. It is Australia's oldest provider of home nursing and health care services. RDNS is a leader in providing quality clinical nursing and care services to people in Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Now, they are proactively expending business in China, developing tele-health services and providing nursing care education.



Theme: Community & At-Home Care-Lessons from Australia

Speaker:Judy Wong, Director of Management Standards, RDNS China

Date: 13th May, 2016, Friday


Venue: E Cafe, 299 Tianhe Rd., Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China (Near the Southeast Gate of Guangzhou Tianhe Sports Centre Stadium)  

Ticket: Free admission, drinks provided

Quota: Around 35 people (limited seats)





Judy Wong, Director of Management Standards, RDNS China


Judy moved to China in January 2014 following her appointment as Director of Management Standards for RDNS China. During her previous years working in Australia, she held corporate management positions such as National Quality and Education Manager and the Operations Manager of aged care groups in Melbourne. Prior to the above employment, she worked for the Australia Aged Care Quality Agency and was a lecturer in nursing education institutes in South Australia.


RDNS China works with real estate developers, investors and service operators in forming new business ventures. In addition to this, they also provide a variety of senior living consultancy services. Judy’s major assignments in China so far include the commissioning of the Zhongshan Yiyang Elderly Home in Nanjing and a pivotal private home care service in Hong Kong. She believes the importance of providing a homely environment for the elderly and of training a caring, committed and highly-skilled team to offer a high-quality living for the seniors through RDNS's care.


Judy’s professional credentials include a Master’s degree in Nephrology Nursing (UniSA), a Master’s degree in Gerontology (Charles Sturt University), a Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment. She is a registered quality assessor with the Australian Quality Agency and an ISO 9001:2008 auditor. Being a committee member of the newly commissioned Jiangsu Provincial Senior Living Standards Formulating Committee has enabled her close networking with the local industry expertise and various government bodies. This has helped her in gaining a better insight into the opportunities and the challenges within China’s elderly care market.


Limited seats. R.S.V.P by sending your name, company, title and contact to Please take your business card with you when attending the event, thank you.


We look forward to seeing you soon!