Living in a close-knit retirement community provides a wonderful level of support, connection and peace of mind. When your needs change, Stockland can help you make that transition as smooth and straight-forward as possible.
It’s a comforting feeling to know that there are always people close by to lend a helping hand. It’s also just as important for families to know that their loved ones are safe and secure.
Here are some simple tips to help you stay connected, reduce loneliness and keep you thriving during times of uncertainty or loneliness.
Psychologist Jacqui Manning, gives us her advice on how to stay in touch with your grandchildren virtually if you cannot see them in person.
Stockland have partnered with Opal Aged Care at selected villages, so that when your needs change you’ll be able to stay close to your friends and family. If you need to move into aged care, Stockland will discuss financial options with you to help fund your move as quickly as possible.
Living in a retirement village means you can go away on holidays knowing your community is there to look out for you. For added peace of mind, you will always have a Village Manager on hand during the week and a neighbourhood of like-minded people to provide support when you need it.