About the Seniors Housing Advisory Centre
Our offices will close from Monday 24 December 2018 and will reopen on Thursday 3 January 2019. For urgent assistance during that period you can contact us.
The Seniors Housing Advisory Centre (SHAC) is a free, independent information and advice service covering the full range of housing options for seniors in WA. The SHAC does not directly offer housing, or provide financial and legal advice, but can be an invaluable source of information for seniors and their families.
The information on these pages covers the many housing options available; from modifying or redeveloping existing homes to renting or moving into a strata titled community, a residential park or retirement village.
Contact the SHAC
You can telephone the SHAC (located in Perth) for the cost of a local call on 1300 367 057 or email us at email@example.com
If you would prefer, you can make an appointment to visit and speak with SHAC staff located on Level 2, 140 William Stree t Perth (use the public lifts in Railway Lane off the Murray St mall)..
There are many housing options for the over 55 age group considering their present and future housing needs.
Your Home: a guide to housing options for people over 55 provides information on choices available. You can also start by looking at the decision making checklist page.
To help seniors manage at home, the Department of Communities has created the Age Friendly Home Maintenance Kit which contains information on common home maintenance issues that are often overlooked or can be prevented.
The following links provide more information on the choices available.
Your housing options:
- Housing options (table of comparison)
- buying or building;
- granny flats;
- strata titles;
- retirement villages;
- residential parks and lifestyle villages;
- boarding or lodging;
- help to stay in your home;
- aged care options;
- accessing equity;
- contracts and
Detailed information from the seniors housing guide.
Need some assistance?
Contact the Seniors Housing Advisory Centre with any questions you might have.
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