Aged Care & Senior Living – THE STERLING way
Striving to be the best in AGED CARE
Led by international expertise and extensive aged care experience, our five-star later living village will be unique, best in class and most importantly, will celebrate old- fashioned family values.
Our overriding objective is to ensure our residents are at the forefront of every decision we make about the environments we create. This means when we build, we put ourselves in your shoes to understand what is important to you and your family.
When you live at The Sterling you will enjoy a resident-directed care environment that respects your right to choose how much or how little care you receive!
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Intergenerational environments encourage people of all ages to interact. The Sterling has been designed to facilitate daily interaction by being seamlessly integrated with the surrounding community.
Some of the ground floor amenities, such as the café and medical centre, will be open to the public. Meanwhile, care has been taken to ensure residents can still retreat to private spaces and be on their own if they choose.
The University of Stirling’s team of clinical specialists, architects and designers promote the importance of improving dementia care. Their use of innovative tools, such as online virtual care environments, demonstrate how to create spaces that are not institutional or clinical.
We are privileged to be able to draw on this global expertise and offer a dementia-friendly facility that is based on research and evidence. As a result, The Sterling’s Memory Care precinct will provide homely, residential-style living to maintain independence within a safe and familiar environment.
We plan to have the latest in virtual reality technology will give prospective residents the opportunity to view their future residence at The Sterling before it is even built – transforming architectural plans into an interactive experience.
Our design partner Marchese has also developed a virtual reality studio that helps its team of architects to view their designs through someone else’s eyes. This is achieved by wearing a pair of special glasses that enables them to walk through the virtual facility from the perspective of an 82-year-old with glaucoma. The innovative software provides the designers with valuable insight into how older people navigate built environments, ensuring the end result meets their unique needs.