National Integrated Seniors Housing Conference 2018
In a year of major disruption and transformation to our sector, retirement living and seniors housing has undergone unprecedented change and reform.
The availability of care and services is seen to be a major driver in choice and decision-making around seniors housing options. Residents will often choose to remain living as independently as possible, in their own Retirement Village Unit, with support and care services delivered as and when they need them. Villages without a comprehensive care strategy are on the decline.
Home care providers under the consumer directed care (CDC) regime are now recognising that the most effective and efficient delivery of care and services is into a retirement community. This year’s conference is certain to challenge your thinking and expand your knowledge beyond conventional operational models and ask you to consider a new approach to integrated age service delivery in seniors housing.
Thank you for joining us at this year’s LASA National Integrated Seniors Housing Conference 2018, please see below the speaker presentations.
THURSDAY 14 JUNE 2018
Helen Kay, Hynes Legal
Sandra Nugent, Regional Director, Dementia Australia
Matiu Bush, Design Integration Lead, Bolton Clarke
Richard Andrews, General Manager Retirement Living, Bolton Clarke
Alison McDonald, Manager Kilcoy, Sundale
Dane Muldoon, Sales Engineer, Supply Partners
Lliam Ricketts, Innovation and Marketing Director, Supply Partners
FRIDAY 15 JUNE 2018
Megan Walker, Director, Market Savvy
George Bej, Director, Strativity Group
Consumer Directed Care
Troy Speirs, Principal Advisor Home Care, LASA
Kerri Rivett, CEO, Shepparton Villages
Philip Templeton, Director, PTA Architecture Pty Ltd
The Impact of Increased Funded Home Care
James Underwood, Director, James Underwood and Associates
The World on Stage (with Sage)
Judy Martin, International SAGE Program Manager, Thomson Adsett