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Intergenerational Program


In addition to its aged care home in Claremont, The Queenslea houses a state-of-the-art Early Learning Centre. This is one of the first initiatives of its kind in Australia.

Not simply two separate entities on the same site, The Queenslea Claremont has been designed to help our seniors and juniors regularly interact with each other. These genuine intergenerational relationships are great for the health and well-being of both the old and the young.

Feeling more connected.

We know that many older Australians sometimes feel lonely and bored. With this in mind, we work with you and your family to ensure that you not only get the care you need but also the lifestyle you want.

As part of this, our building design, intergenerational program and beautiful surroundings encourage you to spend time with the children, your pets and get out in the garden. This is how we bring everyone together to make us all feel better.

Led by Early Learning and Development Service provider Ngala, and located at 5 Tiger Way, Claremont, the new building houses not just the state-of-the-art facilities customised to suit each service, but also an innovative intergenerational care model.

For 50 years, Ngala’s Early Learning and Development Service has led the way in childcare delivery with a child initiated approach, where play-based learning is the focus. Ngala ELDS’s vision is to create learning environments where children feel safe and secure, to experience happy moments of play and learning and be able to look back at their time at Ngala with awe and wonder from the special memories they have created.

For further information or to make an inquiry for your child, please see the Ngala website or read more about our partnership in the media release here.