Urban.com.au - July 24, 2019
Top 30 Architects and Developers, changing the way we live in Australia 2019
As the north Melbourne suburb of Lalor’s demographic dramatically changes over the next decade, architects such as Clarke Hopkins Clarke are instrumental and necessary to the way we live.
The Baptcare Aged Care facility will cater for the community with 120 beds and 135 independent living residences delivering much needed quality services, especially to those of culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
Lalor sits in one of the country’s fastest growing municipalities with 84 percent of people being over 50 in the next two decades and a population where over 38% of people were born overseas and speak another language other than English at home.
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Baptcare Lalor Integrated Living Community
Baptcare’s integrated living community will deliver a wide range of senior living options for truly transgenerational community.
Baptcare Peninsula View Integrated Community
Lincoln on the Surf Coast
Predominantly working to empower the youth of Australia, the YMCA is now using this ethos to relieve the disconnection and isolation that many older Australians experience.
Residential aged care providers can incorporate senior’s hubs and offer assisted care services to help Australian seniors remain in their homes for as long as possible but still connected to the community, writes James Kelly.
Copenhagen and Hamburg are re-imagining third age living, writes James Kelly, who calls for Australian aged care and retirement living communities to feature more intergenerational and mixed used facilities.
Specialists champion better stakeholder engagement & more integrated seniors’ communities