Presbyterian Aged Care NSW & ACT has officially opened its residential aged care facility in Thornleigh in Sydney’s northern suburbs following a $25 million redevelopment.
New South Wales aged care provider Peninsula Villages has received approval for a $2 million expansion of accommodation in Umina to provide housing for seniors.
Disability housing provider Casa Capace has opened a pilot smart home in Sydney’s west.
Aged care provider Bolton Clarke has held a topping out ceremony to mark the final stage of building of a new residential aged care facility in Caboolture, Queensland.
New South Wales aged care provider Harbison has the opened doors to its new purpose-built dementia care accommodation in Burradoo in the Southern Highlands.
Retirement living provider LDK Healthcare has opened the doors to its $270 million Greenway Views Seniors’ Living Village in Canberra.
Integration is key to the future of aged care, write Richard Terry and Daniela Kaiser.
New South Wales aged care provider Catholic Healthcare has appointed Richard Crookes Constructions to build a new residential aged care facility in Sydney’s north-western suburbs.
Our next edition of Australian Ageing Agenda magazine is looking at trends in aged care refurbishments as well as workforce recruitment and retention strategies and medication management.
An architecture practice and three universities have secured over $1 million to develop a new model of shared living and learning for seniors and school students.
South Australian aged care provider Life Care has received approval from the City of Tea Tree Gully to develop a $60 million aged care facility in Adelaide.
Also in this wrap: Bethanie opens serviced apartments for seniors; BlueCross opens Malvern East facility; and Hume Community Housing unveils new garden.
A number of the Royal Commission’s interim findings are consistent with trends that providers should be focused on and prepared to tackle in 2020, writes Emma Pate.
Also in this wrap: IRT Cullburra Beach gets the green light; Australian Unity completes stage one of vertical retirement precinct; and Warmun Community Aged Care receives $500,000 for upgrades.