The challenge facing governments and providers is how fast planning laws can change to meet seniors’ wishes to age in place, says a leading expert on housing.
A new resource advises retirement villages on the considerations for moving into the home care market in the context of reforms deregulating the allocation of packages.
Retirement living managers should receive mandatory training so they better understand the needs of older people, according to the authors of a major survey of retirement village residents.
Just as aged care enjoys subsidies from government and tax policy support, retirement village developers say they want land use policy that facilitates development.
The CEO of the UK’s leading developer of affordable retirement communities will challenge & inspire Australian aged care & retirement living providers with the secrets to that organisation’s success during a forthcoming visit to Australia.
A new campaign that aims to promote better understanding and improve relations between RV residents and operators has been launched by the Department of Consumer Affairs in Victoria
Everything you’ve always wanted to know about seniors housing options but didn’t know where to ask: that’s the gap being addressed by COTA WA and the WA Government with a new service for WA seniors.
Providers expect the federal government will soon reform aged care and are getting financially ready for wide-sweeping change now, according to newly released Bentleys survey results.
With national advocacy, accreditation and research front and centre of its current strategic plan, the Retirement Village Association is looking for a seat at the NACA table to be part of the solution for housing and caring for older Australians.
A three month long search has yielded an impressive new chief executive for Australia’s largest aged care peak body.
A year long ‘David vs Goliath’ style dispute over clarity and transparency in annual budgets carries a message for all RV operators.
The winds of change are blowing through the construction sector, with implications for retirement villages, nursing homes and community care providers.
With the NSW state election in just over a week and a Liberal landslide predicted, the state’s aged care and retirement village peak bodies want help for their members who provide affordable housing.
ACS NSW & ACT held their 2011 State Awards for Excellence in Sydney last night, and awarded two new life memberships.