Retirement villages can offer resort style living with amenities such as pools, gyms and social spaces.

One of the benefits of retirement village living is a strong sense of community. They offer many opportunities to interact and connect, while still living independently.

Moving into a retirement village can be a wonderful way to improve your social life, with many different activities and events. Downsizing from your family home into a retirement village also gives you more time to socialise, or do the things you love.

Retirement villages with home care services.

If you are living in a retirement village, you can still access the same home care services you would when living at home. Whether you use the in-house home support or a separate home care service provider. Some retirement villages offer different types of home care services including meals, cleaning and personal services. These services are optional extras and usually involve an extra payment. If you need a bit of help at home, you can pay privately or contact ACAT for an Assessment for subsidised Home Care.

Retirement villages with residential aged care.

Some retirement villages have integrated levels of care and offer residential care within the complex. This means that even though your needs may have changed, you can still live in the same community. This is especially beneficial for partners and close friends. As life is always changing, retirement villages with residential aged care means your living environment can change with you.