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Our Aim is to provide a quality, homely environment in which the frail elderly (and/or confused elderly) may live in an atmosphere that ensures their Independence, Privacy, Dignity, Cultural and Religious needs are met as Individuals.To provide assistance and direction in enabling them to meet their daily needs and maintain a quality life.
On Wednesday the 14th my huia class went the Coronation Lodge for our Something for Nothing project to see the people there and give them someone to talk to and something to do for the afternoon. I’m pretty sure that everyone enjoyed it, even if they were a bit nervous.
The people at the rest home were happy to see us and we were happy to see them. I hope they enjoyed us visiting and had a bit of a laugh
|Contract with DHB||Yes|
|Updated: 8 Aug 2012|
|Approximate number of beds at this level of care||22|
|Single & Double/ Single bedroom in our warm cozy Rest Home|
|Impending vacancy||Yes - Single rooms in our warm cozy|
|Additional Room Costs||No|
|MOH Certification and Audit Report||View MOH certification and audit report (opens in a new tab)|
|Updated: 21 Oct 2019|
|On Wednesday the 14th my huia class went the Coronation Lodge for our Something for Nothing project to see the people there and give them someone to talk to and something to do for the afternoon. I’m pretty sure that everyone enjoyed it, even if they were a bit nervous.
The people at the rest home were happy to see us and we were happy to see them. I hope they enjoyed us visiting and had a bit of a laugh.
Overall, I had a good time and it was a new experience for me. I realize what it meant to the ladies and gentlemen we visited and started focusing on them, not myself, so that they would enjoy it more. I'm not sure if it came off like that, but my intentions were there.
The trip to Coronation lodge was a privilege, and it was great to sit down and have a yarn and a bite to eat. We are glad we as a group got to come down and spend the afternoon with you guys.
Luke, Riley and Ethan
My time at the Coronation Lodge was one of the most enjoyable experiences. I learnt many things that I previously did not know, such as learning about the resident’s past life, which was intriguing and interesting.
The rest home visit was good, but talking wasn’t my thing. My favourite thing was the food and drinks.
My favourite thing about Coronation Lodge was the fact that everyone there was so nice and friendly. I also quite enjoyed hearing about their upbringing and what they did as a child and what life was like when they went to school.
It was awesome to hear about a small part of someone’s history and get a small glimpse into the past. Hearing about your kids, your hometown and how things have changed over the years was as much fun for me as I hope it was for you to talk about it.
I had a great time at Coronation lodge. I always enjoy getting to know others and especially people that have a long life of stories under their belts. It was a great experience for all the boys. A lot of them were sceptical coming in, but their moods quickly changed. Walking back to school afterwards was a joy hearing all the boys sharing the stories the residents from Coronation Lodge told them. I think they appreciated it a lot more than they expected to, and I anticipate that they will be more confident in the future to talk to others.
Ethan [Huia Leader]
I was really proud of my boys. Some of them were very nervous before coming in. They are not used to making conversation with people they don’t know, without their phones and devices! But they all took a deep breath and gave it a go. On the way back to school, there were lots of smiles. Even the shy ones who didn’t say much, felt happy that they had made the effort. [Even the one whose favourite part was the food and drink!]
Then, of course, there was Ethan, my Huia Leader who organised the visit, and Cooper another yr 13 lad, who were just naturals, happily chatting with everyone.
Thanks for having us!
Glen Hannah [teacher]
|Updated: 5 Sep 2019|
|Type||Hours Per Week||Status||Details|
|Registered Nurse||Yes||Owned and operated by Registered Nurse available 24/7|
|Healthcare Assistants/Caregivers||Yes||Our caregivers are mature ladies, passionate about the care of our residents.|
|Occupational Therapist||Yes||When required.|
|Social Worker (on site)||Yes||When required.|
|Activities Co-ordinator||Yes||Karen runs an interesting & exciting activity programme personalised to meet individual needs. Music is of huge interest to the residents & is a large part of the programme,. We are out & about in the van at least 2 days a week.|
|Hairdresser||Yes||Our hairdresser provides a full range of services such as cuts, sets, blow waves and perms (by arrangement).|
|Podiatrist||Yes||The podiatrist comes 6-8 weekly and as required.|
|Dietitian||Yes||Oversight of menu & as required for any advice. Our cooks have completed food safety certificates & cook wholesome homemade meals & delicious homebaking on site.|
|Accredited Visitors||Yes||RSA, Age Concern and local church members visit regularly.|
|Kaumatua||Yes||Albie Martin - may be contacted at any time.|
|Chaplain/Spiritual Advisor||Yes||Rev Paul from Brooklands -visits to give communion & may be contacted at any time.|
|Other Personnel||Yes||Handyman / Domestic staff /Administration/ Volunteers for different activities.|
|Updated: 19 Mar 2019|
|Specialities or Areas of Expertise||Status||Details|
|End of Life/Palliative Care||Yes||We work with hospice to provide individualised end of life care.|
|Continence Advice||Yes||When required|
|Stomal Therapy||Yes||When required|
|Surgical Followup||Yes||With specific specialist.|
|Psychiatric Care||Yes||With usual assessment criteria|
|Community Health||Yes||When required|
|Other Specialties||Yes||When required|
|Updated: 4 Jan 2011|
|Respite, Carer Support or other Short Stay||Status||Details|
|Respite||Yes||we have clients who use this service regularly|
|Carer Support||Yes||This service is utilised by clients on a regular basis|
|Booking can be made in advance||Yes||Many of the regular users are on a roster to ensure regular respite carer support or day care|
|Updated: 6 Jan 2017|
|May Bring Own Furniture||Yes|
|Single Rooms||Yes||All rooms are single with vanities.|
|Rooms suitable for a couple||Yes||This may be possible if our largest room becomes available. Please talk to us about this if you have this particular need.|
|Ensuite||No||No ensuite rooms, but ladies are able to have a commode beside their bed at night & gentlemen a urinal.|
|Alcohol Permitted||Yes||We provide a relaxed and social environment where we encourage those who would like a drink to join the others in the small lounge for an evening drink. Happy hour monthly.|
|Pets In Residence||Yes||Currently have a cat in residence.|
|Negotiate To Bring Own Pet||Yes||If you have a pet that is important to you please discuss this with us. We will see what we can do.|
|Phone Access In Own Room||Yes||All rooms have jack points. Line changes and toll call charges apply. Portable phone also available.|
|Resident can adjust heating in own room||Yes||Individual heaters in all bedrooms.|
|Cater for under 65 yrs with Disability||Yes||We can provide this care if funding is arranged|
|Lounges/seating areas||Yes||We have two seating areas indoors, a small and larger lounge but our little secret is our attractive and relaxed seating area outside around the back of the building. Looking from the street you would never know it was there.|
|Primary Health Funded Short Term Care||Yes|
|Provide End of Life/Palliative Care||Yes||We work closely with the hospice|
|Palliative Care Contract||Yes||We work closely with the hospice|
|Day Programme for day stay clients||Yes||Providing carers with regular reprieve from the pressures of looking after their loved ones on a daily basis|
|Outings||Yes||We have an interesting and varied programme. We go to town on shopping trips, out to lunch, various concerts & of course the very popular "cruise" around town. Our van has a wheelchair hoist, this ensures no one has to miss out!!!|
|Whanau Room||Yes||Top lounge available if required|
|Residents Committee||Yes||Activities Officer chairs monthly meetings.|
|Newsletter||Yes||Glenyss sends out a newsletter monthly to family & friends|
|Policy for management of challenging behaviour||Yes||Staff attendance at training sessions is very high. Most of the staff have completed the ACE dementia papers & those that haven't are working towards attaining this qualification|
|Confused Residents||Yes||We are not a secure unit but have keypads to secure the doors facing the road enabling the residents to wander around the home & out into the rear garden without the worry of going out the front doors to the busy road.|
|Smoking Permitted||Yes||Outside only|
|Updated: 10 Dec 2013|
|We offer: DAY CARE, RESPITE CARE, PALLIATIVE CARE, REHABILITATION, SUPPORTED LIVING and FULL TIME RESIDENTIAL CARE.
We are a 22 bed facility. This means our home has a warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We do not see ourselves as an institution but more as a family home and we do not have any of the impersonal issues that can sometimes be associated with larger homes.
We are a Stage Two Rest Home with a Contract to provide services to the elderly. We are a 24 hour, 7 day a week service. We have staff onsite at all times and a Registered Nurse either on duty or available on call for staff (by mobile phone) 24 hours a day.
Coronation House provides supported living (boarders) providing meals, laundry, and cleaning service to clients. They can have as little or as much participation in rest home life as they wish.
|Updated: 5 Sep 2019|
|Interesting and varied activity programme run by our trained and experienced Diversional Therapist.Bingo, library book delivery, cards, board games, exercises, newspaper read daily to name a few! Regular outings in the van to town or just a cruise around. Concerts,visits by community groups & entertainers regular visits from Polytots make for a social little "home". Call in to see us!!|
|Updated: 4 Jan 2011|
|Details about Meals||Meals cooked onsite and within view of residents.|
|Staffing Qualifications and Details||Our happy staff are one of our assets.|
|What's included in your fees and what's not||Please ask the Manager for details.|
|Updated: 17 Apr 2007|
|Afrikaans||No||A staff member can speak Afrikaans|
|Maori - Te Reo||No||2 of our staff can assist communication in Maori|
|Updated: 7 Oct 2013|
|Anglican||Yes||Communion at Rest Home once a month|
|Inter denominational||Yes||John visits the home regularly and as required.|
|(Other comments)||Yes||We have the contact details to contact all groups as & when required|
|Updated: 7 Oct 2013|
|Public Transport||Bus outside gate|
|Shops||0.50 km||Dairy nearby|
|Mall||1.00 km||City Centre|
|Parks||0.10 km||We are located across the road from Pukekura Park Raceway.|
|Library||3.00 km||Library lady brings books by arrangement.|
|Updated: 7 Oct 2013|
|Credentials & Membership RC||Status||Details|
|Care Association New Zealand||Yes|
|National Certificate in Community Support Services (Core Competencies)||Yes|
|National Certificate in Community Support Services (Residential)||Yes|
|National Certificate in Diversional Therapy||No||2 staff are currently doing these papers|
|Rest Home MOH Audit Report Available.||Yes||on request or visit the MOH website. Last certification audit July 13 had "no issues raised"|
|Updated: 7 Oct 2013|
The Ministry of Health conducts regular audits of Residential Care Facilities. They can be found HERE.