20-22 JUNE 2022 - GOLD COAST
The National Retirement Living Summit will occur on the Gold Coast from
Monday 20 June 2022 to Wednesday 22 June 2022.
Master of Ceremonies: Kay McGrath OAM, Award-winning Journalist & Presenter - Master of Ceremonies
Welcome Address: M-L MacDonald, President, Retirement Living Council
The industry has been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, as countries emerge from the pandemic hear from international leaders on the current state of play and what they see as the issues for the retirement sector.
International panel via live stream:
Janice Chia, Founder and Managing Director, Ageing Asia
Lynne Katzmann, CEO, Juniper Communities
Nick Sanderson, CEO, Audley Group
Graham Wilkinson, Owner & Director Generus Living Group, President, NZ Retirement Village Association
Leaders of the Australian retirement sector will discuss the key challenges of the past 18 months, the learnings they have implemented in their business models, and key challenges and opportunities for the sector.
Cameron Holland, CEO Ryman Healthcare
M-L MacDonald, Chief Executive Officer, Masonic Care WA and President, Retirement Living Council
Tony Randello, CEO, Aveo
Dr Brett Robinson, CEO, Retire Australia
Keynote Speaker: Ian Yates, Chief Executive, Council on the Ageing (COTA)
COTA has been pivotal in advocating to Governments on behalf of older Australians. Ian Yates is the voice for this cohort and knows the key issues that concern them. He has also been instrumental during the Royal Commission into Aged Care Safety and Quality and will outline how he sees the Government implementation of the report’s recommendations.
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety has shone a spotlight on the quality of care being provided to our senior Australians. With the Commission’s final report released in February, and a Federal Budget in May, what changes has the sector seen in the retirement living sector?
Residents are at the core of what the industry does. The Presidents of the state resident associations will discuss how the sector can continue to support the current resident and attract new customers. Learn from their perspectives on the Aged Care Royal Commission.
The Retirement Living industry’s priority has been to “raise the bar” by improving standards in the sector. Discover how the industry is progressing in the implementation of the Code of Conduct, accreditation and the capability framework, and how it is improving standards for operators, staff and residents.
Dr Elizabeth Lanyon, Independent Chair, Code Review Panel
Jane Monk, Chief Executive Officer, Gannon Lifestyles
Kim Teudt, General Manager - Retirement Living, Bolton Clarke
Emily Tutton, National Manager, QIP Community & Health Services Accreditation
Moderator: Andrew Lowcock, VIC Senior Policy Advisory, Property Council of Australia
The Australian economy experienced a new level of uncertainty over the past two years, with COVID-19 impacting the market due to lockdowns, border closures and an increase in unemployment. It has made the market outlook difficult to predict. The residential housing market is booming but how have these economic conditions impacted the retirement living sector? What economic headwinds can we expect in 2022?
We continue our economic focus as industry leaders discuss sector-specific issues and solutions.
Mark Bindon, Co-founder and Managing Director, Oak Tree Group
Sophie Fallman, Managing Partner, Head of Australia Real Estate, Brookfield Asset Management
Derek McMillan, Managing Director, Centennial Living
The PwC/Property Council Retirement Census is the biggest annual snapshot of the Australian retirement living industry. Join us as we review year on year trends and unpack some of the trends
Sustainability is becoming increasingly important in the retirement living sector. Consumers expect a high standard of environmental design and it is now an important marketing tool. Learn about the benefits and cost-savings of building sustainably.
After a distinguished career in the NSW Rural Fire Service including leading NSW through the tragic 2019 bushfires, Shane Fitzsimmons was appointed to be the inaugural Commissioner for Resilience NSW and Deputy Secretary, Emergency Management. His strong leadership throughout adversity reassures the community he is serving. Join us to hear him discuss leading throughout adversity and building resilience in an organisation during uncertain times.
Property Council of Australia has the right to make changes to the published program at any time.