Designing & constructing a portfolio to attract retirees
As baby boomers enter retirement, the retirement living sector is facing an unprecedented opportunity to capitalise on this demographic shift, however operators must be prepared for the incoming demand.
This conference gathers key stakeholders and case studies from across the retirement sector to discuss key practical information on the pressing concerns of the retirement industry.
This conference will focus on:
- Integrating the Aged Care reforms into the design of your retirement villages
- Building the right product for your customer
- Renovating & future proofing your portfolio
Executive leaders from the Retirement Living Sector:
- CEOs, COOs, CFOs
- Directors & Managers of Design, Construction & Development
- Directors & Managers of Operations & Sales & Marketing
Attend to learn:
- How to design & construct retirement villages that integrate care
- How to attract customers & sell your retirement villages
- How to future proof your portfolio
- Minimising risk as your portfolio grows
The Selwyn Foundation
Oak Tree Village Group
Solgen Energy Group is a leading commercial solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) group with unrivalled experience in the design and
construction of commercial-scale solar power systems for government and businesses across Australia.
As a leading solar energy company, our knowledge and credentials underpin our capability to provide renewable solutions that are changing our economy.
We’re engineers, finance specialists, salespeople, project managers, installers, and customer relations experts and our function is to design, build and accelerate the power of clean energy.
We are a leading provider of staffing, maintenance and facility management services. We directly employ more than 20,000 people across a broad range of industries to provide services for more than 10,000 customers, often under long-term contracts. Our business model is built around our ability to recruit, deploy, manage and maintain a large directly employed workforce of professional, skilled and semi-skilled staff with a wide range of capabilities.
Behind every resolution at ne: Solutions is the experience and unshakable positive attitudes of Jay Shaw and Ken Macleod, the Directors of this family owned and run business. So, if you want to be sure something is done, and done on time, there’s no better organisation or ne: team of people to ask.
Crown Furniture is not just a specialist supplier of aged care seating and furniture we bring experience, knowledge & energy to the relationship. We provide stylish, fit for purpose pieces that combine form with function, our furniture make living easy for residents & carers. Our comprehensive range covers all community areas and bedrooms, for all levels of care including retirement living, dementia, hospital/mental health. Take the opportunity to talk to our consultants who are trained in aged care, dementia and mental health, they can help you in all phases of the process and make your project a resounding success. We have set the benchmark high in Aged Care, Healthcare and Mental Health.
PlayRope firmly believes in improved health and wellbeing through active, collaborative play. In our experience, play that brings families together allows them to create shared memories that last forever.
PlayRope, through its established partnerships, has access to some of the highest quality, innovative play equipment globally.
By partnering with PlayRope in the design and delivery of your next facility you will not only ensure that families continue to play together but also reinforce your position as a market leader.
Start the conversation today and visit us on our stand, we look forward to meeting you.
What People Are Saying
“Great conference with relevant current market information. Stimulating and informative.”
Michael Sadler, Eastwood Retirement Villages
Attendees at Future Proofing Retirement Living May 2016
Date: 1 Mar 2017 By: Mark BindonIt’s been well documented over the last decade or two that Australia, and indeed the world at large, is ageing rapidly. There is a vastness in this phenomenon that is difficult to scope. It’s not just the sheer volume implicated, but a range of other factors that will need to be considered by government, seniors, …
Date: 20 Apr 2016 By: Jessica FarrellyWhile technology presents a range of benefits for the retirement living sector, it can also make it easier for people to stay in their homes for longer. Luke Grieve, Operations Manager Aged and Community Care at Telstra Health spoke about whether technology could be the death of retirement villages at the LASA conference in Queensland. …
Date: 22 Feb 2016 By: Bill McDonaldThe ‘Continuum of Care’ concept in the New Zealand context relates to the provision of an array of housing and combined services to cater for the changing needs of residents as they age within a single campus or retirement village setting. Sounds like a great idea, but there are plenty of examples where the concept …
Date: 6 May 2015 By: Ray GlickmanIf you’re an older person, downsizing is better for your health than the Paleo diet, better for your hip pocket than blue chip stock and better for the environment than waterwise whales. And you don’t have to take our word for it. Have a look at the research into retirement villages undertaken by Grant Thornton …
Endorsers & Media Partners
OTA Australia is the peak national organisation representing the rights, needs and interests of older Australians. COTA Australia is the national policy and advocacy arm of the COTA Federation which comprises COTAs in each State and Territory. COTA Australia focuses on policy issues from the perspective of older people as citizens and consumers.
The Retirement Villages Association (RVA) is a voluntary industry association that represents the interests of registered retirement village owners, developers and managers throughout New Zealand, as well as individuals and organisations who supply goods and services to the retirement village industry.