Backed by extensive independent research and consumer analysis, the implementation of Sundale’s strategic plan will completely transform the organisation in the coming decade, deliver unparalleled care and provide retirees and care recipients with both the services they want and didn’t know they needed.

Underpinning the transformation at Sundale is the consumer, be they care recipients, residents or In-Home Care clients. Irrespective of their care needs, Sundale will have a solution and provide everything from medical, respite and dementia care and support to home maintenance, cleaning, transport and a range of emotional, social and wellbeing services.

Sundale’s transformation will begin at Nambour Garden Village.

Small cluster housing options, which will be unique to Sundale on the Sunshine Coast will consist of ten-bedrooms and ten-bathrooms. Designed around a communal living and dining area, the houses will remind care recipients of their very own home.

A multidisciplinary team will offer care recipients around-the-clock support and deliver services similar to those currently offered at Sundale’s traditional Care Centres.

The small cluster housing option at Nambour will also cater to people with dementia and offer exceptional care within an environment where care recipients can live as individuals and where families can be involved in day-to-day activities.

Thoughtfully designed and built care apartments will provide consumers with a variety of long and short-term accommodation options including respite and transitional care.

The care apartments will be available to consumers requiring additional assistance following a hospital stay, in need of rehabilitation support or palliative care.

Self-contained two and three-bedroom independent living units will also be built on the Doolan Street site and will be serviced by Sundale’s specialist In-Home Care team.

Sundale will also build a new clubhouse, care delivery centre and its long-term corporate headquarters on the Nambour site.

Sundale’s in home care services team will be expanded to support the delivery of additional services throughout the Sunshine Coast region, including home maintenance and a range of health and wellbeing solutions. This expanded offering will support consumers who want to maintain their independence at home and allow Sundale to strengthen its continuum of care offering throughout the Sunshine Coast.

At Tewantin, the McKinnon Drive site will feature a blend of care apartments, small cluster housing options, independent living units, a clubhouse and a specialist care delivery centre.

The site will feature independent living apartments, consisting of studio, one and two-bedroom options and feature a host of extras which will allow residents to remain independent for as long as possible.

The Sunshine Coast retirement communities will be serviced by Sundale’s In-Home Care team and offer residents a range of specialist services including home maintenance, cleaning, transport and a variety of social services.

Innovative technology will also be at the forefront of Sundale’s transformation.

This focus will ensure residents, care recipients and clients can remain connected with family and friends and access the services they need, whenever they want. 

Sundale is proud of its approach and the role it will play transforming aged care Sunshine Coast.