JUDE BARBACK reflects on what makes the Retirement Villages Association (RVA) Conference such a good do.
Innovate or die. Evolve or perish. The general coffee-break consensus among delegates was that this was the major ‘take home’ message from this week’s Retirement Villages Association (RVA) Conference in Sydney, attended by JUDE BARBACK.
The RVA conference programme is all firmed up and ready to go, says RVA Executive Director, John Collyns.
The RVA conference app looks set to keep things very interesting at the RVA conference in Sydney in two weeks' time.
The exhibitors at the RVA conference are bound to be popular with conference attendees. In addition to learning about the wide range of relevant products and services on offer to the industry, by visiting each stand, delegates have the chance to win an amazing $5000 travel prize.
RVA conference attendees are getting ready to tee off at the annual RVA golf tournament, sponsored by Programmed Property Services.
Acacia Cove Retirement Village manager Bruce Cullington returned last week armed with an award from the 5th APAC Eldercare Innovation Awards 2017 held at the Ageing Asia conference in Singapore.
This year marks the tenth year since the New Zealand Aged Care Association (NZACA) introduced awards of excellence for the aged residential care sector.
Early Bird pricing for the Retirement Villages Association’s annual conference ends in just 10 days’ time, so we thought we’d give you 10 reasons why you should book now!
The Retirement Villages Association’s annual conference heads across the ditch to Sydney in June 2017. The theme for this year’s conference is ‘evolution’ and delegates will be hard-pushed to select a favourite fixture on the programme – golf tournament and gala dinner aside, naturally.