Did you miss the Blue Sky Thinking issue of SATURDAY?

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Did you miss the Blue Sky Thinking issue of SATURDAY?

Our Blue Sky Thinking issue last Saturday examined several talking points for retirement living and aged care operators.

With the ageing sector facing an array of workforce, regulatory and financial challenges, we focused on how some retirement living and aged care operators are creatively balancing the need to grow with financial sustainability.

In SATURDAY, we looked at:

Reach for the sky – Taking a ‘blue sky approach’ to the business of retirement living and aged care will be critical to staying ahead of the competition

80% of NZ operators charging for “premium” aged care accommodation – With Government funding failing to keep up with the costs of delivering care, aged care and retirement village operators are charging residents a “premium accommodation supplement”

Beyond ticking the compliance box – With NSW Fair Trading set to audit retirement villages for the first time in many years, how can village operators ensure that their Asset Management Plans will pass the test?

Future focused – With a new Chief Executive in place, South Australia’s largest retirement living provider ECH is looking at how it can further expand its offerings

25% success rate for new aged care staff – A new AI-based digital platform is connecting aged care providers and workers – with a one in four success rate for new hires

Building belonging – Uniting Communities’ flagship U City development has set the standard for combining retirement living and disability accommodation with wider social services

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