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The power of co-location is shaping seniors living design

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The aged care and seniors living sectors are experiencing significant change, particularly in terms of resident expectations and design configuration.

Historically, residential aged care was viewed as hostels (low care) and nursing homes (high care), however this view has undergone a serious transformation as facilities have become more flexible and innovative to meet care and social needs.

These changes have allowed operators to develop their product offering with an expanded range of accommodation, driven by an ageing population that is demanding more from providers.

To read the full article, please visit the Australian Ageing Agenda website.



Source:
Simon Drysdale, 2020, Australian Ageing Agenda (https://www.australianageingagenda.com.au/)

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