Regional VIC village and aged care development goes ‘European-style’

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Yackandandah Health is building the two-storey ‘multi-generational accommodation centre’ in the small northeast Victorian town for $5.8M.

The building will feature 16 residential aged care rooms upstairs and 10 retirement living units downstairs, with chief executive Annette Nuck telling the local paper their long-term aim is to “adopt the European model of multi-generational accommodation.”

A sign even rural services are using the latest village and aged care ‘buzzwords’.

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