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The reality is that our health system is in real danger of becoming overwhelmed if we aren’t all vaccinated.
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Earlier this month, Minister for Seniors Dr Ayesha Verrall launched the Better Later Life Action Plan, which sets out a pathway for a better future for older New Zealanders.
The hospice website provides lots of information about end-of-life care. This family/whanau may find A Guide for Carers useful. The Palliative Care Handbook 2019 provides information about symptom management.
Entry is managed by a process known as Needs Assessment. To begin this process you either need to talk to your doctor about the issues that are leading you to take this step or you can contact the agency responsible for managing assessments (most commonly known as NASC) yourself. Undergo an assessment. The type of assessment used in New Zealand is interRAI. An assessment is not something you pass...