Serviced apartment FAQs
Find answers to some of our frequently asked questions about the in-home care and support options available in a Summerset serviced apartment
A serviced apartment is a Licence To Occupy (LTO) apartment within a retirement village facility that has been certified as providing rest home-level care that meets the standard set out in the Health and Disability Services (Safety) Act 2001.
As you are living in an apartment, you should continue to receive your living alone allowance.
Yes, we do require serviced apartment residents to purchase one of the four Summerset service packages. The entry level option is the Supported Living package.
One of the benefits of living in a care apartment is being able to entertain your family and friends in your own home when they come to visit. It’s your home, your family are welcome to stay. Please talk to your village manager if you want family or friends to stay for longer than a week.