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Vacancy
No
Name
Peacehaven Rest Home
Category
Psychogeriatric Care
Address
498/500 Tweed Street
Newfield
Invercargill
Postal Address
PO Box 314
Invercargill 9840
DHB
Southern (Southland)
Phone
03 216 9099
Fax
03 216 5483
Email
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Web
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Personnel
Manager
Carol Riddle - 03 216 9099
Owner
Presbyterian Support Southland - 03 211 8200
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Description
The care of older people in our community, through Enliven, continues to be an important focus for Presbyterian Support Southland, a not for profit/charitable organisation that has been serving the Southland community for over 100 years.

Our Enliven Peacehaven Village Care Home is located in Invercargill’s suburb of Newfield and is sited on picturesque grounds surrounded by beautiful gardens and bounded by green spaces. Our care home offers rest home, hospital, dementia and specialised hospital (psychogeriatric) levels of care. We also have a Village complex on our site offering options for couples allowing easy visiting where one person requires full time care.

When you arrive at our care home and throughout your stay, we work closely with you and your family so that we can provide you with the best nursing and supportive care – care that is tailored to your individual needs and personal preferences and delivered with respect and compassion by a dedicated team of nurses and trained carers. Your daily care is overseen by a Clinical Manager and wherever possible, the same team members will care for you each day.

Medical care is provided by our “house” GP who comes to see you as well as our own Nurse Practitioner. They each visit weekly and also provide an “on call” service.

We provide all your meals and snacks from our seasonal menu. Meals are prepared fresh on site, including specialised meals and dietary requirements. In addition to the main meals we provide morning and afternoon tea and supper. We also have a café on site where you and family can enjoy a freshly roasted coffee, a meal or delicious cakes.)

Our private rooms are spacious with pleasant outlooks over gardens, courtyards and green spaces. Personalised touches create a relaxing private room. There are call bells in your room and bathroom, and all our nurses and care staff carry a pager that alerts them when a call bell is rung.

We offer a range of recreational activities and outings and we encourage you to continue to live an everyday life. Visiting family and friends are welcome any time, any day.

We understand the worries that can sometimes be associated with moving from your home into our care. We are here to help and we would be delighted to talk with you and show you around our friendly care home. Please phone …… our Care Home Manager, or just drop in.
Service/Facility Details
Service/Facility Details
DetailStatus
Contract with DHBYes
CertificationYes
ORA Applies No
Updated: 12 Apr 2013
Bed and Vacancy Details
Bed and Vacancy Details
DetailStatus
Approximate number of beds at this level of care 20
Vacancy No
We would welcome the opportunity to show you around our lovely specialist dementia unit that has access to an internal courtyard. Our residents live in a safe environment but have nursing oversight and lots of activities available to engage in.
Impending vacancy No
Premium Room Charges No
MOH Certification and Audit Report View MOH certification and audit report (opens in a new tab)
Updated: 8 Jul 2020
Personnel
Personnel
TypeHours Per WeekStatusDetails
Registered Nurse 24 Yes Nurses are supported by a Clinical Manager to provide the very best of nursing care to residents. There are registered nurses on site 24 hours a day.
Nurse Practitioner Yes Our Nurse Practitioner works with GP’s and other health professionals to diagnose, assess and manage residents’ health.
Enrolled Nurse Yes There are enrolled nurses available on site.
Healthcare Assistants/Caregivers Yes We are fortunate to have most staff with NZ Health and Wellbeing, as well as some staff with Level 4 NZ Certificate.
Physiotherapist Yes A physiotherapist visits weekly to assist our nurses to provide the best care for our residents.
Occupational Therapist Yes An Occupational Therapist can be arranged to visit. Please speak to the Facility or Clinical Manager.
Diversional Therapist Yes Our Diversional Therapist has developed a recreational programme of activities that includes outings and entertainment. A monthly calendar of activities is published and a daily programme provided for residents.
Activities Co-ordinator Yes Our Activities Coordinator provide a recreational programme that includes individual activities programmes, group activities and outings. We also have entertainers from the community and visits from children from local schools.
Hairdresser Yes Our amenities include a hair salon.
Podiatrist Yes A podiatrist visits regularly.
Dietitian Yes Our dietician visits regularly and is available for advice and oversight of residents with special dietary requirements. We prepare special dietary menus and our seasonal menus are dietician approved.
Accredited Visitors Yes We have volunteers that visit.
Kaumatua Yes We have Kaumatua that are available to support our residents.
Chaplain/Spiritual Advisor Yes Our staff includes a Pastoral Visitor and a Minister who are able to visit residents to provide spiritual advice and support for residents. Regular church services are performed on site by local church groups.
Other Personnel Yes We are able to access other Allied Health Professionals as needed.
Updated: 18 Jun 2020
Respite, Carer Support or other Short Stay
Respite, Carer Support or other Short Stay
Respite, Carer Support or other Short StayStatusDetails
Respite Yes We welcome residents who wish to stay for a short period of time. Our manager will be able to discuss respite options with you.
Carer Support Yes We welcome residents who wish to stay for a short period of time. Our manager will be able to discuss carer support options with you.
Updated: 18 Jun 2020
Specialities or Areas of Expertise
Specialities or Areas of Expertise
Specialities or Areas of ExpertiseStatusDetails
Palliative Care (Contracted) No We do provide palliative care for people who are nearing the end of their life. We work closely with GP’s Nurse Practitioners, Hospice and families to provide palliative care.
End of Life/Palliative Care Yes We provide compassionate and skilled nursing care for residents at the end of their life.
IV Antibiotic Capability Yes Please check with the Facility or Clinical Manager as to the availability of providing intravenous antibiotics.
Wound Care Yes We work with GP’s, the Nurse Practitioner and specialist wound management nurses as required.
Diabetic Care Yes We are able to provide care for diet controlled and insulin dependent diabetics. Our menu has a range of options for residents needing a special diet.
Continence Advice Yes Our nurses are able to assess and provide continence advice. We provide a range of continence products and our care team assist with continence management. Specialist continence nurses visit on request.
Stomal Therapy Yes
Stroke Rehabilitation Yes We provide support for residents who have had a stroke. This may include physiotherapy and special diet options. Speech Language Therapists are available on request.
Tracheotomy Care Yes We will discuss your special needs prior to admission.
Spinal Injuries Care Yes We will discuss your special needs prior to admission.
Infection Control Yes We meet all infection control standards.
Surgical Followup Yes We are able to care for people following surgery. Short stay or convalescent options are sometimes available but are dependent on the availability of beds at the time.
Community Health Yes We liaise with community health professionals as required.
Clinical Management Yes We have a Clinical Manager and our Facility Manager is also a registered nurse.
Other Specialties Yes Stromal Care: We manage residents needs and provide a range of products. Specialist nurse advice is also available. Please ask the Clinical or Facility Manager about any other specialist services that may be needed.
Updated: 18 Jun 2020
Features
Features
FeatureStatusDetails
May Bring Own Furniture Yes Familiar surroundings and belongings are very important to residents who experience dementia. We wish our environment to be as homely as possible.
Single Rooms Yes
Rooms suitable for a couple Yes
Ensuite Yes Most rooms have an adjoining/shared ensuite, however there are a small number of rooms that have their own ensuite, that has a premium charge.
Pets In Residence Yes We have a quiet cat who spends time wandering the Iona Unit and various visiting small animals.
Lounges/seating areas Yes There is a dedicated resident lounge that is set up for residents to spend time in as they would in their own home.
Provide End of Life/Palliative Care Yes
Palliative Care Contract Yes
Day Programme for day stay clients Yes We can assist with a Day Care service on consultation with the Manager.
Outings Yes We provide regular outings as per the Monthly Activities Calendar.
Whanau Room Yes
Maori Kaupapa Yes On request.
Family Committee Yes We have several family meetings per year and hope to develop these into networking and education evenings that can be enjoyed by all.
Newsletter Yes A seasonal newsletter is provided to families, as well as PSS Newsletter - People Matters.
Policy for management of challenging behaviour Yes Our caring staff are trained in validation, distraction and diversion techniques.
Confused Residents Yes For many of our residents, their lives may seem a constant state of confusion. We aim to ensure safe and regular routines are established at the residents pace.
Rural Setting Yes Even though we are situated in the town boundary, we have a beautiful outlook onto paddocks that home horses.
Updated: 3 Jul 2017
Special Features
Special Features
Peacehaven has a wonderful walkway that was officially opened in 2014. This walkway is accessed by staff, residents and relatives and is home to many pieces of interesting art and sculptures. On fine days, you can often see staff supporting residents around the walkway.
We have an excellent Cafe onsite that entices you to spend time over great coffee and wonderful food with your loved one. When you have enjoyed your coffee please take part in a game of indoor bowling on our full size raised bowling table.
If you want to have time out, our large warm Chapel is available at any time when it is not being used for any type of service.
Updated: 9 Oct 2019
Interests & Activities
Interests & Activities
Activity programme, Art, BBQ, Bowls, Canine friends, Care and Craft, Chapel, Craft, Entertainment, Exercises, Games, Gardening, Movies, Music, Outings, Petanque, Big print books, Age Concern, Aromatherapy, Art
Updated: 3 Jul 2017
Additional Information
Additional Information
TopicDetails
Details about Meals Nutritious and hearty meals are provided daily from our fabulous kitchen team. Our menus are designed by Dietitians to ensure appropriate calorie and nutritional content.
Staffing Qualifications and Details We have a large number of staff on site for a variety of shifts. New and experienced carers, enrolled and registered nurses, housekeeping, laundry, kitchen, front of house and a dedicated maintenance crew all contribute to making Peacehaven a great place to be.
Associated Complexes As part of the wider Presbyterian Support Southland organisation, we have associated facilities: Vickery Court, Walmsley and Resthaven in Gore.
Updated: 3 Jul 2017
Languages Spoken
Languages Spoken
LanguageStatusDetails
Afrikaans Yes
Dutch Yes
English Yes English is the primary language spoken by all our current residents and staff in the Iona facilities.
Fijian Yes
Filipino Yes
Flemish Yes
Maori - Te Reo Yes
Updated: 3 Jul 2017

The Ministry of Health conducts regular audits of Residential Care Facilities. They can be found HERE.

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