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Vacancy
Yes
Name
Selwyn Wilson Carlile Village
Category
Hospital Care
Address
562 Grey Street
Hamilton East
Hamilton 3216
Postal Address
Same as above
DHB
Waikato
Phone
(07) 838 1562
Fax
(07) 839 2020
Email
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Web
Visit Website
Personnel
Manager
(07) 838 1562
Owner
Selwyn Waikato Ltd - (09) 846 0119
Care Manager
Trish Gapes - (07)838 1562
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Description
HOSPITAL ACCOMODATION
- at Selwyn Wilson Carlile, Hamilton, with the Selwyn Foundation Group

Selwyn Wilson Carlile is a retirement village managed by the Selwyn Foundation Group - offering Hospital Care, Rest Home Accommodation, and Respite Care - all set in beautifully kept grounds at 562 Grey Street, Hamilton East.

We are on an attractive, level site not far from Memorial Park and the magnificent Waikato River.

Located within 1.5kms of Hamilton East Shopping, Medical Centre and Churches, there is also a pharmacy, café and convenience shopping within easy walking distance.

Our Hospital has 16 'premium' single bedrooms with ensuites, and some 'standard' rooms.

Built on the same level means residents in the hospital and rest home have easy access to seating in the small alcoves off the corridors, as well as to the main lounge adjacent to the dining room.

Selwyn Wilson Carlile Village also has a number of attractive brick Villas for independent living and its Rest Home has accomodation for 30 residents.


WE CARE
Our aim is to provide a warm and friendly homely environment. Caregivers and other staff are trained to meet the particular needs of those in their care. Selwyn Wilson Carlile provides a varied, interesting and meaningful activities programme, planned by our Diversional Therapist who is assisted by an Activities Coordinator and volunteers.

(Diversional Therapy involves designing programmes to meet the needs of the people. The aim is to reassure or stimulate our residents and day care people, while at the same time enabling them to maintain as much independence, dignity and self-esteem as possible.)

Although our doctor visits regularly, some residents may prefer to have their own GP call on them as required.

We want all our people to have an enjoyable time. Our Care Manager is happy to meet with you, and to talk over any concerns you may have. It is appreciated if you take the time to make an appointment - telephone 07 838 1562.

For RESIDENTS - MAKING YOU AT HOME
This is your home and you are free to come and go as you please. There is open visiting at Selwyn Wilson Carlile - your family and friends are always made very welcome.

Please feel encouraged to bring such personal things as some of your furniture, pictures, photographs, treasured mementos and your own television.

AMENITIES
Our convenience store opens weekly to cater for your basic shopping needs. (Staff will buy in special items at your request.) Wilson Carlile has its own library and chapel on site.

HERE FOR YOU
Our friendly receptionist is able to help residents in many ways, including . . .
- Arranging to have your newspaper delivered to your room.
- Help to manage your money, through operating a personal petty cash account
- Supplying stamps, basic stationery items and helping with overseas mailing, or private phone set up
- Transport needs for specialist appointments.
- Arranging appointments with our hairdressers, the podiatrist, physiotherapist

All diets and appetites are catered for. You are also welcome to have family or a guest for lunch at a small charge payable to reception.
Church services are open to residents, friends and family of all denominations. Our chaplain is available for your spiritual needs.

ACTIVITIES FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT
People participating in the Activities programme have the opportunity to make new friendships as they join with our Residents in the numerous activities which are provided for the enjoyment and well-being of our people. These may include . . .

- Daily exercises.
- Cooking and preserving
- Newspaper and poetry reading.
- Storytelling
- Quizzes and intellectual afternoons.
- Housie, cards and board games.
- Long bowls
- Music, choir and sing-a-long sessions
- Arts and crafts,
- Regular mini-bus trips and outings – as seats are available.
- Spiritual Services in our Chapel
- Frequent visits from entertainers and concert parties.
- Interaction with other Rest Homes
- Television
- ‘Happy Hours’, Birthday and other Celebrations.

THE SELWYN FOUNDATION GROUP – AN OVERVIEW and VISION STATEMENT
- The Selwyn Foundation has been around for over 63 years.

Selwyn’s residents mirror New Zealand society as a whole, having people from all kinds of backgrounds, life experiences and interests. These days, people entering our retirement villages are older - now that people are living and remaining active for much longer.

Nevertheless, people residing in Rest Homes as well as those living independently, are encouraged to live as full a life as is humanly possible through maintaining existing links with community activities such as the RSA Club, local churches, Probus, U3A and sports clubs. Organised activities are on offer too – and managers are always interested in hearing of new ideas for activities, outings and social gatherings.

Today’s retirement villages are the culmination of over 50 years of progress. It was towards the late 1940s that the Anglican Church’s Auckland City Mission became very concerned about the plight of elderly people to cope in sometimes dilapidated houses, often too large for them once children had grown up and moved away.

The Mission had already done considerable work with older people by 1954 when the first 20 retired people became residents at Selwyn Village in Point Chevalier. This was the first rest home and retirement complex of its kind built in New Zealand. It still exists, although almost grown beyond recognition.

In 1967, the Mission arranged for the creation of The Selwyn Foundation as a separate charitable trust, specifically set up to look after this special concern for the needs of older people in our society.

Named after George Augustus Selwyn, first Anglican Bishop of New Zealand, the Foundation is an independent perpetual trust and not-for-profit organisation. Selwyn owns or manages retirement facilities in Northland, throughout greater Auckland and in the Waikato. It continues to grow and flourish - it is here to stay!

The Selwyn Foundation Group invites you to take a closer look at our commitment to Christian values, quality care, accommodation and services, which continue to make us a leader in the provision of a wide range of accommodation and service options for the elderly in New Zealand.

It is committed to promoting the health and wellbeing of all residents through the ‘Selwyn Way’ wellness concept.

The Selwyn Foundation Group owns and manages a number of facilities throughout the North Island, and is one of the largest not-for-profit providers of aged care in New Zealand.

PEOPLE
We place a high value on honesty and mutual respect. We strive to see our people fulfilled through the creation of work environments, where openness, communication, teamwork and safety are paramount. Our staff and volunteers share a specific interest in older adults, and undertake ongoing training in the particular needs of those in their care.

STEWARDSHIP
We strive to achieve excellence, continually seeking means for improvement and innovation in our care and services. Furthermore, we will, with integrity, adopt the highest standards of ethical behaviour in all our activities: care, legal, financial, environmental and all business practices.
Service/Facility Details
Service/Facility Details
DetailStatus
Contract with DHBYes
CertificationYes
ORA Applies No
Updated: 4 Apr 2013
Bed and Vacancy Details
Bed and Vacancy Details
DetailStatus
Approximate number of beds at this level of care 29
Vacancy Yes
Impending vacancy Yes
Premium Room Charges Some Rooms
MOH Certification and Audit Report View MOH certification and audit report (opens in a new tab)
Updated: 9 Dec 2019
Personnel
Personnel
TypeHours Per WeekStatusDetails
Registered Nurse 168 Yes On duty 24 hours of the day.
Healthcare Assistants/Caregivers Yes
Physiotherapist 0.00 Yes Weekly visits
Occupational Therapist Yes As required
Diversional Therapist Yes
Activities Co-ordinator Yes 5 days per week
Hairdresser Yes Visits weekly
Podiatrist Yes Visits every 6 weeks
Dietitian Yes On Contract to oversee menu and special diets
Accredited Visitors Yes Blind Foundation, Deaf Society, Age Concern, Alzheimers Society
Kaumatua Yes Affiliated with Kirikiriroa Marae
Chaplain/Spiritual Advisor Yes On call 24 hours,
Updated: 14 Nov 2018
Specialities or Areas of Expertise
Specialities or Areas of Expertise
Specialities or Areas of ExpertiseStatusDetails
Oxygen Management Yes
Gastronomy/Nasogastric Management Yes
Bariatric (Care of the very overweight) Yes
Palliative Care (Contracted) Yes
End of Life/Palliative Care Yes
Dialysis Yes
Wound Care Yes
Diabetic Care Yes
Continence Advice Yes
Stomal Therapy Yes
Stroke Rehabilitation Yes
Tracheotomy Care Yes
Infection Control Yes
Surgical Followup Yes
Psychiatric Care Yes Mental Health Services visit as required to provide support to any residents requiring this.
Clinical Management Yes
Updated: 14 Nov 2018
Respite, Carer Support or other Short Stay
Respite, Carer Support or other Short Stay
Respite, Carer Support or other Short StayStatusDetails
Respite Yes
Carer Support Yes
Other Short Stay Programme Yes
High Care Needs Yes
Subsidised Yes
Private Paying Yes
Booking can be made in advance Yes
Updated: 14 Nov 2018
Features
Features
FeatureStatusDetails
May Bring Own Furniture Yes Please discuss with the Manager
Single Rooms Yes All rooms are single
Ensuite Yes There are some rooms without an ensuite, however, most have a toilet and handbasin.
Alcohol Permitted Yes
Pets In Residence Yes
Negotiate To Bring Own Pet Yes
Phone Access In Own Room Yes If requested
Wifi Yes
Resident can adjust heating in own room Yes
Lounges/seating areas Yes
Provide End of Life/Palliative Care Yes
Palliative Care Contract Yes
Day Programme for day stay clients Yes
Outings Yes
Residents Committee No There is a monthly Resident's meeting
Newsletter Yes
Policy for management of challenging behaviour Yes
Confused Residents Yes
Rural Setting No Very close to Hamilton East and the Central business district of Hamilton is within 1.5 Km.
Smokers Room No Smokers are welcome to smoke in designated OUTSIDE areas
Smoking Permitted Yes OUTSIDE ONLY
Updated: 14 Nov 2018
Special Features
Special Features
Although set in the heart of Hamilton East with shops very handy for our residents, our facility offers a quiet tranquil atmosphere in part due to the well cared for and secluded gardens.

Our home provides single rooms, where residents may retain a number of personal items, such as pictures, photographs, television, telephone etc. (television and stereo equipment is also available in the lounge).
Updated: 12 May 2010
Interests & Activities
Interests & Activities
Well developed Activities Programme, (both individual and group).
Weekly outings.
Group activities with other Resthomes in the area.
Chapel - weekly services, daily prayers (Chapel available to any denomination).
Resident's shop.
Visiting entertainment.
Board games
Exercises
Library
Newspaper reading
Updated: 25 Feb 2010
Languages Spoken
Languages Spoken
LanguageStatusDetails
Afrikaans Yes
Cantonese Yes
English Yes
Fijian Yes
Fijian Indian Yes
Filipino Yes
German Yes
Hindi Yes
Maori - Te Reo Yes
Samoan Yes
Updated: 14 Nov 2018
Religious/Spiritual Affiliations
Religious/Spiritual Affiliations
Religious/Spiritual AffiliationsStatusDetails
Anglican Yes
(Other comments) Yes Although Wilson Carlile is associated with the Anglican Church, residents of all beliefs and cultural backgrounds are welcomed.
Updated: 25 Feb 2010
Distances
Distances
LocationDistanceDetails
Public Transport 0.00 km The bus stop is at the roadside
Shops 1.00 km The Hamilton East Shops, Grey Street
Mall 8.00 km The nearest Mall is in the suburb of Chartwell
Parks 1.00 km Parana Park is one block from Wilson Carlile
Library 2.50 km The library is situated in the middle of town. However, we have a well stocked library at Wilson Carlile
Updated: 14 Nov 2018
Credentials & Membership
Credentials & Membership
Credentials & Membership RCStatusDetails
CareerForce Yes
New Zealand Aged Care Association (NZACA) Yes
New Zealand Council of Christian Social Services (NZCCSS) Yes
Retirement Villages Association of New Zealand [Inc] (RVA) Yes
CareerForce New Zealand Aged Care Association (NZACA) Retirement Villages Association of New Zealand [Inc] (RVA)
Updated: 25 Feb 2010

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

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