New Sunshine Coast seniors and community campus

Learn more about our new seniors and community campus

The countdown is on as we prepare for the opening of our newest integrated community on the Sunshine Coast in early 2019.

Community leaders and aged care industry professionals are invited to a free networking breakfast at Kawana Hotel on Wednesday 14 November to learn about what our seniors support and care services and community hub will offer.

The Little Mountain Campus at features a 96 bed residential aged care service, café, multi-purpose community centre, aquatic centre and social spaces which will provide local groups, residents and families with an enhanced community lifestyle.

There is a growing need for aged care facilities in the region as the Sunshine Coast continues to be an attractive location for retirees, with an estimated 35percent of the total population aged over 65 years by 2031.

Churches of Christ in Queensland’s Executive Director Services, Bryan Mason said the campus’ design philosophy focussed on creating connections.

“The community facilities aim to bring together families and provide generational connections that achieve social benefits and cohesion for both the residents and the broader community.

“The aged care service seeks to meet the needs of residents by promoting a healthier lifestyle with 24-hour tailored care and lifestyle program with access to state-of-the-art seniors rehabilitation gym onsite.

The local Member of Parliament, Councillor and healthcare professionals are invited to attend.

The Networking Breakfast will provide an opportunity to engage with Churches of Christ in Queensland’s: Ryan Salzke (Campus Mission Coordinator), Bryan Mason (Executive Director, Services) and Lenora Steele (Team, Virtual Dementia Tour).



Posted November 9, 2018 in Media releases