Retirement Living Options
While most people love their new apartments or villas, it’s the lifestyle and companionship that village life is all about – and what most people really value.
Retirement villages typically attract like-minded people; people who share a common history and values, and simply enjoy each other’s company doing whatever it is that they want to do.
But the great thing about being part of a village community is that you’re free to do what you want whenever you want – from sitting in the garden reading a favourite book to joining in the weekly bridge competition.
The choice is yours!
However, please remember retirement villages are independent living units. That is most people that move into a retirement village do not need care.
If your circumstance change over time you may be able to access care while remaining in your home however, it is usually at an additional cost to the recipient.
Jane, NSW, August 2017
“Margot was very professional. She had a very good understanding of my mother’s needs. She was very kind and talked to mum respectfully. I was very impressed in her knowledge of the process. She made this whole process very easy for me and my family. I cannot think of any way you could improve your service. We had a smooth journey in the little time it took Margot to find mum a place to live. It was a positive experience from beginning to end.”