For successful architect Rob Caulfield, retirement was short-lived. After just six months, Rob and his business partner, Ivo Krivanek, returned to work. This time around, they’re firmly focused on giving back to the community.
The Victorian Retirement Villages Act (RVA), 1986, is under Review. COTA Victoria believes the RVA is no longer fit for purpose and requires an overhaul to meet the future needs and expectation of ageing Victorians.
10:00am, 5 June 2019, COTA Vic Level 4, 533 Little Lonsdale Street Melbourne VIC 3000
Learn about the laws covering consumers, choosing a retirement village, what to ask about before signing a contract, leaving a retirement village and fees and charges.
Presented by an officer from Consumer Affairs Victoria.
Five generations are now living, learning, working and socialising together. In spite of negative views commonly expressed around ageing, older people make a significant and positive contribution to their families, their communities and the economy.
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