Integrated Seniors Housing describes a variety of housing types which purposely make available a range of support and care services for people in later life. Housing such as retirement and lifestyle villages, independent living units and manufactured home or land-lease communities are now, through demand, becoming more integrated with care and service delivery options and have been identified as the new ‘low-care’ of aged care in Australia.

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 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 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.

I invite you to join us at this years’ LASA National Integrated Seniors Housing Conference 2018 where we also look forward to announcing the Retirement Village Manager of the year.

Sean Rooney

Retirement Village Manager of the Year Awards 2018 

The LASA Retirement Village Manager of the Year Award aims to promote and recognise excellence across the diverse and dynamic fields of endeavour in the retirement living industry. This award celebrates the passion and achievements of those individuals who continually maintain high standards in customer service, sales and marketing, complaints and dispute resolution and robust operational management processes across their retirement community. This award will also highlight the important role that retirement communities play in providing affordable, age appropriate housing and vibrant social and community services for senior Australians.

Awards will be judged nationally and finalists advised by 21 May 2018.  Finalists and the Retirement Village Manager of the Year winner will be announced at the National Integrated Seniors Housing Conference dinner at the Gold Coast on 14-15 June 2018.

For further information about the awards and to nominate, click here

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