Also in this story: Bethanie Gwelup now fully operational; construction underway at Mercy Place Montrose; and AVEO opens $36 million aged care facility.
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The Commonwealth says it will look at new oversight measures for retirement villages following the Four Corners program, while seniors call for new national regulations.
It’s an exciting time to be designing seniors living and aged care because we get to break the mould, writes Frank Ehrenberg.
Big data and wearables top the technologies set to transform aged care and all providers should be investing in innovation in this space, according to an aged care executive.
TLC opens new community health hub; AVEO to build aged care facility alongside Durack village; new beds for Catholic Healthcare in Ipswich approved; and construction underway for Bethanie’s serviced apartments.
The expansion of the private aged care sector continues, with for-profit providers awarded two thirds of the government’s annual allocation of new aged care bed licences.
The traditional lines of demarcation between retirement living and aged care are eroding as operators seek to provide a range of health and aged services within their villages. AAA looks at the various models in action.
From collaborations with the acute and retirement living sectors to the development of new workforce models, aged care providers are pioneering future models of delivering care and services. Australian Ageing Agenda presents snapshots of three initiatives to watch.
A large retirement village operator and COTA have agreed to a new arrangement that will enable residents to receive free membership of the peak body.