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Princes Court Lifecare

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Name
Princes Court Lifecare
Category
Respite / short term care
Address
Princes Court Lifecare
58 Princes Street
Netherby
Ashburton 7700
Postal Address
Same as above
Region
Canterbury
Phone
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Fax
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Email
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Web
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Facebook
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Personnel
Manager
Jill Morris-loane
Owner
Heritage Lifecare
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At Princes Court you are at home with us.

Enquire today about our specialised dementia respite care. We offer respite care to give carers a much-needed break, while at the same time providing residents with care and companionship.

We are a friendly, caring community. Become part of our Princes Court family and be cared for by our wonderful staff, whilst making new friends and learning new activities.

The well-appointed rooms all look out onto secure landscaped gardens and come complete with a 24-hour call system and WiFi.

Part of the close-knit Ashburton community, Princes Court is set amongst beautifully maintained gardens, just a hop, skip and jump from the Ashburton town centre where you’ll find all the essential amenities.

At Heritage Lifecare, our homes reflect the residents who choose us, the local communities around us and the people that support and work for us. You are at home with us. Contact us today to talk through your needs.

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Our Services Offering Respite / Short Stay
Level of Care Vacancy Care Suites Vacancy
Dementia Yes View Details
Updated: 29 May 2024
Testimonials
Testimonials
"Our Mum was at Princes Court for 3 1/2 years. Her time in care was amazing, and we were exceptionally lucky to have had such a professional, friendly, caring and dedicated staff looking after her.
We were always made to feel very welcome when we visited and really enjoyed the baking that was on offer with our numerous cups of tea.
Mum was given love. support, companionship, activities to do and had a very balanced menu plan each day.
Before Mums passing, she was diagnosed with stomach cancer, we as a family could not be more grateful to the staff for allowing Mum to be able to spend her final month at the Resthome. The staff went beyond their duty of care for her with such compassion and dignity shown.
Regards to all and keep up the amazing job you all do for your residents and Princes Court" .


"My husband has been a resident at Princes Court in Ashburton for approximately 18 months. He had been diagnosed as having Alzheimers about 6 years before being admitted there. It was very traumatic for myself and my family to finallly realise that as his caregiver I was not able to cope any more.
The staff at Princes Court were tremendously supportive of us as it was a decision we did not make lightly and it was extremely emotional for us and even more so for my husband.
They made the transition easier for us all and have treated my husband and all the other residents like family. We have come to know a lot of the staff and without exception they are very caring and kind to one and all. The facilities and rooms are always lovely and kept very clean and tidy.
When we visit they are welcoming and very friendly - I cannot fault anything and knowing my husband is happy and settled there is a feeling money cannot buy. I would absolutely recommend Princes Court to anyone who has a family member needing fulltime care" .

And from another relative:

"My brother moved into” Princes Court” from another Rest home, as he needed a bit more supervision and help with dressing etc. Yes, the door is locked, but behind that door is a lovely homely atmosphere with separate dining area and intimate lounges flowing into a spacious and vibrant secure garden area. The bedrooms are modern with good wardrobe space. My brother quickly settled into life there and enjoys the home cooked meals, morning & afternoon teas, suppers, entertainment, activities & company together with the 1 on 1 time with staff.
The social functions involving families & residents are lovely fun times and much appreciated.
I have found Management & staff to be truly caring & friendly towards the residents and their families. They promptly phone & discuss any issues that arise including suggestions on how to best resolve or manage the situation. One of Princes Court Dementia Care strengths is the ratio of staff to residents".
Thankyou to everyone at Princes Court
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
Service Description
Service Description
We offer specialised dementia respite care to give carers a much-needed break, while at the same time providing residents with care and companionship.

Talk to us today, we are here to help.
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
Suburbs/Districts/Towns Serviced
Suburbs/Districts/Towns Serviced
Canterbury
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
Meeting the needs of older people
Meeting the needs of older people
Princes Court is a unique fully secure specialist Dementia Unit. The small size enables residents to feel safe.
We are located in a quiet suburb and part of the Heritage Lifecare Group.

All 35 residents' rooms are single and are surrounded by attractive lawns and colorful gardens.

Princes Court has large lounge areas with garden views and a conservatory. There are internal and external walkways which enable our residents freedom of movement in a safe and secure environment. Princes Court has a high quality of care in a warm, friendly environment.

Princes Court is proud to be part of the local community and we are here to help.
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
Additional Information
Additional Information
Topic Details
Details about meals Our menus are all approved by a Dietician.
Visitor information We welcome visitors into our home.
Internet access Free WiFi for residents and guests is available in the home.
Associated Complexes Princes Court is part of the Heritage Lifecare group of care homes and villages across the country, from Invercargill to Whangarei. We have over 2,500 beds nation-wide and 500 independent living units.
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
Where service is provided
Where service is provided
Status Details
In Aged Residential Care Yes
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
Features
Features
Feature Status Details
May Bring Own Furniture Yes Residents and their family are encouraged to personalise their rooms with their own treasures and furniture.
Single Rooms Yes All of our rooms are individual rooms with an outlook onto our secure safe gardens.
Wifi Yes
Resident can adjust heating in own room Yes
Lounges/seating areas Yes We have 2 bright lounges and a conservatory area.
Gay / LGBT IQ Friendly Yes
Outings Yes Our residents have a very regualar trips to local areas such as the beach, Lake Hood, Hakatere and Rakaia Huts, Plains Museum, local gardens, Mayfield, Mount Somers.
Whānau Room Yes
Māori Kaupapa Yes
Policy for management of challenging behaviour Yes As Princes Court is a fully secure dementia facility, our staff are all trained in the management of challenging behaviour.
Confused Residents Yes
Semi-Secure Yes Princes Court is a fully secure facility. Our residents are able to walk safely and securely around the entire facility, inside and out, as they choose.
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
Access
Access
Access Status Details
Easy access Yes
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
Respite, Carer Support or other Short Stay
Respite, Carer Support or other Short Stay
Respite, Carer Support or other Short Stay Status Details
Respite Yes We offer specialised dementia respite care to give carers a much-needed break, while at the same time providing residents with care and companionship.
Carer Support Yes Our short stay programmes provide careers with a much-needed break, and support.
Subsidised Yes Talk to us to find out if you are eligible for a subsidy.
Private Paying Yes
Booking can be made in advance Yes
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
After Hours
After Hours
After Hours Status Details
After Hours Yes
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
Payment
Payment
Payment Status Details
Subsidy may be available Yes Talk to us to find out if you are eligible for a subsidy.
Updated: 19 Jan 2024
Languages Spoken
Languages Spoken
Language Status Details
Other Information Yes We welcome all cultures and have a wide range of different languages spoken. We are also able to assist with translation services. Talk to us about your language needs.
Updated: 19 Jan 2024