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Dementia Hawkes Bay, Chatham Club
Community Groups
106 Windsor Avenue
Hastings 4122
Postal Address
PO Box 4084
Marewa 4143
Hawke's Bay
Nap(06) 834 0417 Has(06) 878 7502
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Community Group Types
Community Group Types
Community Group Types Status Details
Health and Disability Support Groups and Contacts Yes Community Liaison Officers work in the community to support people with a diagnosis of dementia, their supporting partners and family/whanau at all stages of the disease from pre-diagnosis onwards.
Community Organisations Yes Perform assessment visits, ongoing support; crisis intervention, advocacy/liaison with other agencies, support groups, dementia specific day programme, develop professional links/information and education.
Relationship and Counselling Services No The level of our support and freqency of visits is governed entirely by the need and desire of the client(s) -home visits, information, education and referrals as appropriate. Support groups for carers and children of people with a diagnosis of dementia.
Fitness and Recreation Yes falls prevention and seated exercises as appropriate as part of the day programme. The emphasis is on having fun in a stimulating and non-threatening environment. Picnics and other outings occur as often as can be arranged - weather permitting.
Links to other sites, e.g. government, health, legal, consumer etc Yes Hawkes Bay DHB contract.
Kaumatua Services Yes Te Roopu a Iwi Trust social workers support our delivery of services to Maori and their whanau.
Updated: 4 Jan 2017
Supporting people Dementia and their carers/whanau/family throughout the dementia journey, with home visiting and a dementia specific day programme and support groups for carers and family members.
Updated: 3 Apr 2017
Special Features
Special Features
A number of different support groups for carers, family/whanau and those with dementia
Updated: 3 Apr 2017
Languages Spoken
Languages Spoken
Language Status Details
Cook Island Maori Yes We have a Cook Island Maori asssitant in the day programme, The Mahana Club
English Yes
Maori - Te Reo Yes Cook Island Maori day programme assistant
Rarotongan Yes Cook Island Maori day programme assistant
Updated: 6 Sep 2010
Companionship Self Funded Subsidised After Hours
Day Programme (Dementia Care) Yes Yes No NASC Hawkes Bay subsidy applies for people living in the community. Subsidy does not apply for those in residential care - private paying arrangements can be made dependent upon vacancies - our priority is to support those living at home.
Lunch Yes Yes No Two course meal is provided at no extra charge. Picnic lunches provided on day outings. Fish and chip lunches are a popular alternative, especially when served 'in the packet', just like old times!
Visiting Service Yes No No YES, health professionals visit people in their homes. This is a free service which provides education, support, advice and helps people to navigate the healthcare system, making sure that access to in home support services is available when required.
Activities/Exercise Programme Yes Yes No As part of our dementia specific day programme activities - there is no extra charge for this
Other Social Support Yes No No We provide home visiting and support groups. Support groups offer information as well as the peer support so vital in helping carers and whanau to cope - knowing you're not alone and getting tips from others with similar experiences can be so helpful.
Updated: 3 Apr 2017