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RSL LifeCare is continuously growing to provide seniors and veterans with a place they can call home. We have recently opened a number of new development projects across NSW and ACT providing new living communities in both Retirement Villages and Residential Aged Care Homes.
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About RSL LifeCare
RSL LifeCare is a charitable organisation caring for over 7,500 residents in our 27 retirement villages and 29 Aged Care Homes across NSW and the ACT.
Since 1911, RSL LifeCare has been serving the community by providing professional, caring support for veterans.
Today, we welcome all members of the public – whether veteran or non-veteran – to live in our villages, care homes or at your home. Despite our growth and the passage of time, we remain true to our original aim and mission – to provide a home of peace and security to senior Australians.
Our purpose is to enrich veterans & seniors lives and create connected, supportive and vibrant communities. By striving to achieve this we will continue to provide innovative and personalised care for our clients and residents.
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