Lessons from overseas: make facilities a part of the community

A hospitality focus and making areas available for other service providers to lease top the learnings from a recent visit to Europe that aged care CEO Glenn Bunney is adopting in his facilities. Mr Bunney, who is chief executive officer of Queensland sunshine coast provider Sundale, visited Switzerland last September on his second SAGE study tour, which included the IAHSA Global Ageing Conference in Montreaux.

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Lessons from overseas: the benefits of 'going up'

The use of vertical developments to create affordable serviced apartments for seniors needing support and a sense of community are among key learnings for aged care executive Tonia Zeeman, chief operating officer of WA aged care and retirement living provider Royal Australian Air Force Association, from a recent European study tour.

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3 highlights of the UK SAGE Study Tour 2018

Vic Rayner, Executive Director of the National Care Forum, a British organization that represents the non-for-profit care sector, discusses 3 highlights of the UK SAGE Study Tour 2018 UK eldercare and retirement – solutions for the 21st century”.

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Interview with Stephen Cornelissen Group CEO of Mercy Health

Stephen Cornelissen has been the CEO of Mercy Health, a large not-for-profit health and aged care organisation since July 2011. The CEO Magazine’s 2016 CEO of the Year is passionate...

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