Design Principles & Financial Considerations in a
Deregulated Aged Care Sector
The Australian Government has made recent changes to the residential aged care, with the deregulation of bed licensing restrictions. As the residential aged care sector moves into a competitive marketplace, providers need to start considering their competitive advantages. A new residential aged care system without 'bed licenses' will commence in 2024. This means that competitors can enter any marketplace at any time and compete with your business. If your accommodation is not up to standard, your facility's occupancy could be impacted which means your profitability will be certainly affected.
So, what do you need to do to consider in this new market?
This session is jointly hosted by CareCFO and O'Neill Architecture, a Brisbane based architectural firm who has undertaken several efficient design initiatives for some of Australia's largest providers.
During this session you will get insights into design efficiencies, building initiatives that appeal to consumers and outbreak management design initiatives as well as financial modelling options
As the residential aged care sector moves into a competitive marketplace, providers need to start considering their competitive advantages. A new residential aged care system without 'bed licenses' will commence in 2024. This means that competitors can enter any marketplace at any time and compete with your business. If your accommodation is not up to standard, your facilities occupancy could be impacted which means your profitability will be certainly affected.
This seminar will discuss the Principles of good design and how they apply to both refurbishments of existing facilities and the creation of new facilities. It will explain how you can integrate good design principles into 5 core areas of running a viable aged care facility - Residents, Care, Facility Management, Back of House & Building Services.
How do you analyse your existing building refurbishment options and how do you meet your residents needs and expectations?
How do you maximise the design efficiencies of a new facility to ensure you meet client demand (expectations) and also achieve operational efficiencies (staffing etc)?
Who are we designing a facility for? The resident, their family, your staff or all stakeholders? Residential Aged Care design considerations and key assumptions – room sizes, area per resident, gross to nett floor area ratios, cost planning, servicing distances, staff utilisation ratios, common area provisions and distribution, EBITDA, ROI/Developers Margin
Building Design Principles for Staff Efficiency/Productivity
Building Design Considerations to meet Consumer Expectations
Building Design implications from the Aged Care Royal Commission
Building Design and Technology – assistive technology etc
Dementia considerations for aged care design
Other amenities as part of your service offering (Café, Library etc) – how do you set your facility apart from your competition?
Landscaping considerations and outdoor spaces
Interior Design considerations and evolving consumer expectations
What design considerations should be made to manage outbreaks (ie Gastro, COVID19 etc)
How to fund your refurbishment or new build? What options are there to providers and can RAD/Bond money be used for these development?
$299 + GST per participant
Executive and General Managers, Board Members, CEO's
Thursday, 16 September 2021 – 1pm – 4pm AEST
Tuesday, 30 November 2021 – 1pm – 4pm AEDT
"Presenter very knowledgable and confident, knew his stuff, answered questions well. Really enjoyed session thanks." - Tracey, Melbourne VIC
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