Retirement village living usually involves significant financial commitment and lifestyle changes.
Information for residents
Download Retirement Villages - information for residents and prospective residents 279.7 KB.
Copies of this booklet are also available from Office for the Ageing, phone 8204 2420.
The booklet covers the following areas:
- Before moving into a retirement village:
information to help you if you are considering retirement village living, such as what type of village you want to live in and what you can afford on a continuing basis.
- Your rights and responsibilities:
your rights and responsibilities as a resident and the obligations of retirement village administering authorities.
- Living in a retirement village:
information about costs and service charges that you need to consider, resident committees and dealing with disputes.
- Leaving a retirement village:
information relating to leaving a village and to re-licensing of your residence.
- Organisations to contact for advice:
a list of organisations that can assist you with further information.
- Retirement Villages checklist:
a checklist to assist you in making a choice about moving into a retirement village.
Below are some useful fact sheets on retirement village living:
Forms for residents
South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT)