WA regional aged accommodation funding
The Western austrlaian Government is helping to meet the aged accommodation needs of regional Western Australia, awarding $13.1 million to six aged care regional accommodational projects.
The State Government has prioritised funding to ensure investment in aged accommodation is targeted to allow ageing local residents to remain in their regional communities.
A total of $13.1 million has been allocated to build and expand accommodation in Pinjarra, Donnybrook, Dunsborough, Dongara, Brunswick Junction and across the Great Southern, including Broomehill, Cranbrook, Katanning, Kojonup and Bremer Bay.
An additional $160,000 has been allocated to further developing business cases for four proposals that cover Leonora, Laverton, Corrigin, Cuballing, Kondinin, Narrogin, Wickepin, Dowerin, Goomalling and Victoria Plains, where there is clear demand for aged accommodation.
Another $7.64 million has been set aside for future consideration of these proposals.
Aged Care Regional Accommodation Funding:
- Armstrong Village Project (Dunsborough) - $2.5 million to support development of a campus style facility with 33 independent living units and 66 high-care beds
- Bedingfeld Park (Pinjarra) - $2 million to support a new 25-bed dementia specific wing in the existing facility
- Bridge Street Affordable Housing Project (Donnybrook) - $2 million for 11 new independent living units
- Brunswick River Cottages (Brunswick Junction) - $1.5 million to support development of eight new independent living units
- Dongara Age Appropriate Accommodation Facility (Dongara) - $2.5 million for six new independent living units and upgrades to existing facilities
- Great Southern Housing Initiative - $2.6 million to support new independent living units in Broomehill, Cranbrook, Katanning, Kojonup and Bremer Bay.
29 June 2018.