At IRT we understand that it can be difficult to know where to start when researching your retirement living options.
To assist with your retirement journey, we’ve answered some of your most commonly asked questions.
We understand making the move to a retirement village is an important financial decision. That is why are here to explain how each payment option works and help you find the right one to suit you.
The cost of living in a retirement village will be depend on the location you choose, the size of the villa or unit and the pricing option you choose. As a retirement village resident, you’ll also make regular contributions to the cost of maintaining your community, similar to a strata levy.
When it comes to understanding the difference between a retirement village and aged care centre, it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start.
Retirement villages are best for people who are still able to live independently in their own home, but want to enjoy the benefits of living in a community with other older Australians.
Retirement villages come in many shapes and sizes and can range from small one-or-two-bedroom units, to four-bedroom villas and high-rise apartments.
A retirement village is a community of likeminded people over the age of 55. You live independently in your own home and enjoy the benefits of community living.
Entertain family and friends by the pool or our many social spaces, attend community activities/events and have your home maintenance taken care of while you travel.
As your needs change you can access allied health services at most sites, community transport and home care. You’ll feel safe and supported with your Retirement Village Manager and neighbours close by.
You can live the life you want in an IRT retirement village. Make new friends and have an active social life or enjoy more peace and quiet in your new home.
Independent living gives you more choice and control over how you live your life and a low-maintenance, hassle-free home. You can choose to go travelling, knowing your belongings are safe in a secure community.
You can choose to keep busy, with weekly social activities and volunteering. You can also choose to relax… in the gardens, the library or in your home.
You can choose from a range of 1, 2 and 3-bedroom villas or apartments in a variety of communities.
Every IRT retirement village offers something different, but most villas and apartments have outdoor entertaining, open-plan living and all the comforts of home.
If you’ve chosen a new villa or apartment off-the-plan, you can generally choose from a range of colour schemes and finishes.
Our communities are designed with your comfort and enjoyment in mind. Every IRT retirement village is different, but facilities may include:
We want your IRT retirement village to be your home for life.
If your needs change, you can choose to receive additional support through IRT’s home care services. You can also take advantage of our trusted network of allied health providers, and other service providers.
Unlike most family homes, our villas and apartments feature age friendly design. This means there’s plenty of room for mobility aids, and easy-grip door knobs and taps, for when your needs change.
You’ll feel safe and supported in your community with the help of your Retirement Village Manager and network of like minded neighbours.
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