OCAV in the Media

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An evaluation of a not-for-profit retirement living and aged care provider’s housing and care services for older people in need has found that every dollar invested creates more than seven times that in value for residents, the community and governments. The Living Communities Age Well study undertaken by Think Impact uses the Social Return on Investment framework to measure the economic and social impacts of services provided by the Old ...

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Neigh-bourly Affection

October 3, 2017

Winston the pony trotted in to visit residents at an aged care home at St Helena this week. He was warmly welcomed by resident Georgina Simmons and volunteer Margaret Bentley.

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Currie Park residents are searching for information about the early days of the OCAV village to be used as part of the 150th celebrations in 2017.

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Housing and care provider the Old Colonists’ Association of Victoria has announced two new developments worth $26 million to address its long waiting lists and provide accommodation for older Victorians in need.

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Millions of dollars have been pumped into the expansion of a retirement village in a bid to ease the housing demand for older Victorians. Banyule Council has approved the Old Colonists’ Association of Victoria’s $14.9 million plan to expand its Leith Park village on St Helena Rd, St Helena.

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The Old Colonists’ Association of Victoria will invest $11.4M in an additional 35 single and double independent living units across three storeys at its heritage-listed Rushall Park village in Fitzroy North, 4km northeast of the Melbourne CBD.

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OCAV is interested in the project of an Australian research team, which is working on a non-intrusive home monitoring device that sends alerts to carers when loved ones are inactive for abnormally long periods of time.

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The Rushall Park estate is a fine example of architectural integrity, where architectural styles from the past are as valued as contemporary architecture.

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Pete Zawacki drove to Leith Park twice a week to visit his mother, Helen, until her death a year ago. After she died he wanted to honour her memory and ‘repay’ the kindness staff showed her by volunteering.

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