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2 days ago - Dunedin
We had our first art exhibition here at Highview on Sunday the 18th of April, what a fun afternoon for residents, families and staff. The residents have really enjoyed the art classes run by Jiun, and the art exhibition just topped it off! Thank you to the Fuller family for providing an amazing spread which was enjoyed by all. When you visit Highview you can certainly see more art on display...
2 days ago - Dunedin
Highview held its first art exhibition on Sunday the 18th of April 2021, thank you to Jiun for running the classes and to the Fuller family for providing amazing food, but most of all a huge congratulations to our residents ...... a fantastic afternoon enjoyed by all.
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15 hours ago
From Friday 23 July, people in Group 3 can call the COVID Vaccination Healthline on 0800 28 29 26 to book their vaccination if they don’t already have an appointment.
1 day ago
This week (26 July - 30 July) sees Netsafe host New Zealand’s inaugural Netsafety Week, designed to Make Aotearoa Safer Online.
Making a decision about residential care often requires the consideration of complex and difficult issues. Should the older person stay at home or should they go into residential care? In some cases the older person makes the decision themselves but often, as in this situation, the family is involved. Each family member will have his or her own thoughts on the matter. It is important not to lose s...
Basically, anything provided it is legal. As well as dealing with a person’s property, a Will can also be used to give directions about burial or cremation and the type of funeral service. If there are young children, a guardian should be appointed in a Will to represent and protect the children’s interests, at least until they are 18 years of age. Family arguments can be minimised by stating...