Calvary Health Care is planning to demolish their existing Bethlehem hospital in Caulfield South, 10km southeast from the Melbourne CBD, and replace it with a $73.3M precinct including an 80-bed aged care home and 85 independent living units housed in a 19-storey tower.
Home care is being opened up from March, and village operators can register to be home care providers, serving their existing and new residents.
The NSW-based Not for Profit secured the villages – Allambie Court at New Lambton, Kiah Court at Jesmond and Carinya Court at New Lambton – following an earlier expression of interest process by the Newcastle City Council last year.
Village residents are claiming they should no longer be considered as “homeowners” by Centrelink because it now drastically reduces their pensions, according to The Australian.
Durack Gardens Retirement Living will feature 60 two- and three-bedroom units at Durack, 22km southeast of the Darwin CBD.
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