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St Johns Hill Healthcare - Hospital Care

3 hours ago - Wanganui

 

 

You are most welcome to come and view our facility , please contact us by phone (06) 348 1500 for an appointment or just pop in and see us.  We look forward to meeting you.

St Johns Hill Healthcare - Rest Home Care

3 hours ago - Wanganui

 

Please feel free to come and have a look around our facility.  Call us on (06) 3481500, or pop in and see us.  We would love to meet you.

The AFB Lusk Club Home Trust Inc - Community Groups

7 hours ago - Havelock North

 

LUSK CENTRE HAVELOCK NORTH  PH 877 0300

34 Te Aute Road Hastings


 

2018 February PRORAMME

Monday 

   Exercises  1.30pm-2.30pm, $3

 

Tuesday

   Craft & Chatter 2nd and 4th Tuesday 10am-12 midday, $2

   Quiz afternoons 2nd and 4th Tuesday afternoons 1.30pm- 4pm, $3

   Make a team of 4 or come to join us all welcome


Wednesday

   21st Feb Recording your Memories  Speaker-Grace Green 

    Bring photo & story about someone special to you

   28th Feb Sing-a-long  'Love Songs'  1.30pm, $3

      

Thursday

   Afternoon Cards and Games  500, Rummikub 1.30pm-4pm, $3

   

Friday    

   Scottish Country Dancing   9.30am-10.30am, $2

   Cards and Games  500, rummikub 1.30pm-4pm, $3

 

Saturday and Sunday

  CLOSED

 

Coming up 2018 March PRORAMME

 

Wednesday      

   7th Wednesday Lunch  $10, Book by Friday 2nd March   

   14th Celebrating St Patricks Day  1.30pm, $3 

   21st Art Deco  1.00pm, $3  

   28th Sing-a-long  1.30pm, $3



 

Rosewood Rest Home & Hospitals - Hospital Care

9 hours ago - Christchurch

Refurbished Hospital Unit now open!

Enquiries welcome or just pop in and have a look.

We would love to meet you.

Rosewood Rest Home & Hospitals - Specialist Hospital/Dementia Care (Two Specialised Dementia Care Units)

9 hours ago - Christchurch

Please give us a call and come have a look round

you can easily request a brochure from our Eldernet page!

Newly refurbished Hospital unit now open - Enquiries welcome.

Honey our Cat is waiting to greet you!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rosewood-Resthome-and-Hospitals/180871531970142?ref=hl#./

Rosewood Rest Home & Hospitals - Dementia Care (Secure environment)

9 hours ago - Christchurch

Come and have a look around whenever you like
We have a room available at the moment
you can easily request further information via this website
"A Home away from Home!"
We Have No Extra Charges at Rosewood!
 
Visit us on Facebook!
 

Rata Park Rest Home - Rest Home Care

1 day ago - Winton

NO EXTRA CHARGES FOR RESPITE OR CARER SUPPORT

Heretaunga Women's Centre - Community Groups

1 day ago - Hastings

This term we are focusing on Emotional Well-being, we invite you to come along to our Mindful Monday Sessions.  These 45 minute lunch time sessions have a focus on different emotional aspects- each week we will provide a quest speaker, you are welcome to join us, for additional information contact the Centre.

 What is Mindful Monday for those who do not know?

Mindful Monday is based on the Te Whare Tapa Wha model – the 4 pillars:

 

Term 1                  Mindful Monday               Emotional

Term 2                  Tribal Tuesdays                Families/Whanau

Term 3                  Wednesday Wellness        Physical

Term 4                  Thoughtful Thursdays       Spiritual


Come and join us :) 

Papamoa Beach Village - Metlifecare Lifestyle Village - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

2 days ago - Papamoa

UNVEILING PLANS - PAVILION UPGRADE & NEW CARE HOME 

In the very near future Papamoa Beach Village will enjoy exciting new additions to their Community Centre. Think bigger and better!

At the same time as the upgrade to the Pavilion, the development of new Care Home with an integrated homestead design will be built, offering a welcoming layout which combines an intimate and personalised environment for residents to enjoy with their family.

To find out more about both these new facilities please come along to our Pavilion & Care Home Plans Unveiling event on Wednesday 28 February at 10am. Local talent Margaret Harper will be performing, and morning tea will be provided. 

Call 07 542 1933 on 07 542 1933 by 26 February to reserve your seat. Spaces are limited.

Summerset at Heritage Park (Ellerslie) - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

7 days ago - Auckland

Summerset at Heritage Park morning tea and tour

The perfect opportunity to visit our beautiful Ellerslie village and find out why our residents love the Summerset Life.

Wednesday 14 February

10:30am

No appointment necessary - just drop in.

Leigh Road Cottage - Dementia Care (Secure environment)

7 days ago - Warkworth

Leigh Road Cottage - the very best of the Respite Care.

Please discuss your needs with us.

 

 

 

 

And also please check out our sister rest home : Milton Court Rest Home and Dementia Care

For more info: www.miltoncourt.co.nz

Roseanne Retirement Home - Rest Home Care

14 days ago - Napier 4110

FEBRUARY

  • 8th                 Library
  • 12th              Dress up day
  • 13th               St Columbus Church morning tea and service
  • 14th               Vintage car ride
  • 15th               Art Deco Picnic
  • 16th               Longest Lunch
  • 19th               Lorraine harpist @ Greendale Rest Home
  • 20th               Communion with David Day
  • 21st               Suzie / Chester the greyhounds (am)
  •                       Suzie Napier RSA (1pm)
  • 22nd              Singalong
  •                       Suzie Living Waters movie. Victoria and Abdul
  • 27th               Taradale RSA (1pm)

 

  Van ride for a scenic drive every Friday.


Royal Heights Rest Home - Rest Home Care (Waitemata West)

14 days ago - Auckland

Are you looking for Rest home care or day care? We can help. 

www.rest-home.co.nz

Room Vacancy Available

We currently have only one Rest Home room available, either respite or longterm. All rooms have an ensuite toilet and there is a mix of sizes and configurations such as those with glass sliding door to a garden courtyard or others with views toward the Waitakere ranges, Royal Heights Park or Auckland City and the bridge. Please call us to discuss or make a time to visit.

We welcome visits to view the great resources our facility has for residents and our day stay clients. Book a visit by calling 09 833 9333 or to have a chat about your needs.

Day Stay

Please have a chat to us about our day stay service These can be either regular or occasional. Join in the activities, entertainment and meet our friendly residents and staff. This is a booked service so we do need to discuss your day care needs before hand.

 


Royal Heights is proud to have achieved four years certification (twice running).

Eltham Care Rest Home - Dementia Care (Secure environment)

15 days ago - Eltham

We have recently received 4 YEARS CERTIFICATION FROM THE MINISTRY OF HEATLH!

08 Feb 2018 - 08 Feb 2022

https://www.health.govt.nz/your-health/certified-providers/aged-care/eltham-care-rest-home

This is a stunning turnaround from the previous history of the facility. The new management surely did give their 100% effort in achieving such a high recognition! 

Eltham Care Rest Home - Rest Home Care

15 days ago - Eltham

We have recently received 4 YEARS CERTIFICATION FROM THE MINISTRY OF HEATLH!

08 Feb 2018 - 08 Feb 2022

https://www.health.govt.nz/your-health/certified-providers/aged-care/eltham-care-rest-home

This is a stunning turnaround from the previous history of the facility. The new management surely did give their 100% effort in achieving such a high recognition! 

Your Pro Chef - Meals and Food

15 days ago - Dunedin

Great news. Our meals are all on trays that can be heated in both microwave and conventional ovens.

These meals are the best value meals on the market.

For more  information please visit our website www.yourprochef.nz 

Home Assistants for Seniors - Home Help and Personal Care/Assistance

16 days ago - Christchurch

From the desk. January 2018

IT IS BEST TO BE INFORMED

 

Whenever we go out into the community to talk to people about the service we provide, 

 we often end up talking about Retirement Villages or Residential Care.  How the costs  

compare?   What they are entitled to?    Often one of the most important issues for our  

parents’ and grandparents’ generation is how that will impact on their ability to leave 

something to their children or grandchildren? 

 

There are three main options for Seniors to consider and the reality is they  all are “user pays”:

 

Residential Care:  If they have assets over the asset threshold, they will be expected to  

use those assets to pay for any care costs they may have in the future. The average 

National cost is $1400/week plus extras.   Potentially, the more our parents and  

grandparents keep safe for that rainy day, the more they may have to pay in residential  

care costs.  The current asset threshold for a Work and Income Residential Care  

Subsidy is $219,889 for a single person or for a couple when both are in care and 

 $120,416 for a couple where one is still living in the family home. If the value of the  

assets, whether those assets are held jointly or separately, is over that threshold, our  

parents will be required to pay for their care.  And, if their investments are earning  

interest, any interest earned will also go toward payment of their care costs. 

 

 

 

Retirement Villages: A licence to occupy gives its holder no property rights, just the  

right to stay as long as they are fit enough to do so, and when they do vacate, they or  

their estate only get back around 70-75 per cent of the sum they paid for the licence as 

the operator will deduct a deferred maintenance fee of 25-30 per cent.  And even if it is  

sold at a higher price the departing resident gets no share of the gains.  It is not just the  

purchase price prospective residents must consider, Residents also pay weekly fees  

covering things like rates, security, gardening and maintenance.  In addition to the  

weekly payments the resident is still responsible for some of their own costs like  

contents insurance.  Research suggests that people making the decision to move into a  

retirement village are not as well informed as they could be.  The decision to move is  

often prompted by a negative event.  Villages are secure and friendly places to live,  

however there are significant costs to retirement village living which will leave your  

estate depleted.  

 

 Staying in the family home with Private Care/Support in their own home:

Flexible support services tailored to their needs.  In some cases Government funding in  

the form of Carer Support is available.  The service can be co-ordinated to work in with  

Government funded home care providers which are assessed on needs and not asset  

tested.  The decline in independence is catered for while retaining social and  

community connections.   The property continues to increase in value so their estate  

has the capital gain when sold.

 

  

 Recommend that your parents and grandparents have a clear idea of what their  

options are.    As with all areas of estate planning, it is important that you seek good 

advice from a legal and financial team who understand how this area may impact on you.


  The only thing guaranteed is that we will all age and it will come at a cost to us.

 

 

 

Summerset at Karaka - Care Apartments

16 days ago - Auckland

Auckland-Wide Open Weekend

The perfect opportunity to visit any of our five Auckland villages, meet the team and find out why our residents love the Summerset Life.

Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 February

10am to 3pm

No appointment necessary - just drop in.

Quail Ridge Country Club - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

16 days ago - Kerikeri

Quail Ridge Country Club has beautifully appointed Villas which are available for you to view right now. Come & take a walk through your future home! We have two bedroom and two bedroom and a study villas priced from $635,000.

Summerset Falls (Warkworth) - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

16 days ago - Auckland 0910

Auckland-Wide Open Weekend

The perfect opportunity to visit any of our five Auckland villages and find out why our residents love the Summerset Life.

Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 February

10am to 3pm

No appointment necessary - just drop in.

 

Summerset at Karaka - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

16 days ago - Auckland

Auckland-Wide Open Weekend

The perfect opportunity to visit any of our five Auckland villages and find out why our residents love the Summerset Life.

Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 February

10am to 3pm

No appointment necessary - just drop in.

The Russley Village - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

20 days ago - Christchurch

    

Setting New standards for retirement village living in christchurch

The Homestead

At the heart of the village is the impressive new Homestead which is purpose built for the village's residents. The ABODE Café & Brasserie, a culinary delight that combines fresh, fulsome and creative fare with customer service that is second-to-none. Inspired by traditional recipes with a contemporary twist, the menu is flexible, and caters for different tastes and preferences.  There are quintessential Kiwi dishes including hearty Shepherd's Pie and a flavoursome range of soups, with some international culinary options on offer too.

The outstanding and conscientious team is led by Executive Chef Ganesh Kesavan and Maitre'D Rocio Del Valle Garcia.  With a Degree in International Protocol, Rocio has worked in the hospitality industry for a decade and is relishing the opportunity to be in such a dynamic role.

Chef Ganesh enjoys a sole charge position where he overseas preparation, cooking and administration - a multifaceted role that he thrives in.  I love the variety of work at ABODE

“The management team and the residents take great pride in maintaining the beauty and the relaxed ambiance of The Russley Village. This is a unique village, which has set a new standard for retirement living in New Zealand.  We have captured its individuality throughout our residential and leisure facilities and have created carefully thought-out park-like grounds to complete the quality look and feel of village life here.”


Viewing will impress!

 

Contact details:  Nola Lamb

Ph 03 9828280 or 0274 777091

73 Roydvale Ave

Burnside

CHRISTCHURCH

The Wood Retirement Village - Care Apartments

20 days ago - Nelson

 Come and view The Wood on our Open Days  9th &10th February 2018 11am -3pm

Village at the Park - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

20 days ago - Wellington 6023

Work has started on our new apartment block that will open in May 2018.  The apartments are selling fast. There are 24 new apartments.  Apartments range in size from 69sqm up to 105sqm.  We are currently accepting enquiries for pre-sale applications.

Brolly Sheets - Equipment and Products

22 days ago - Auckland

Waterproof Underwear - Machine Washable Mens and Womens Styles Available

 

The D»Brief® range features real washable underwear, with a built-in absorbent pad and bonded waterproof backing. D»Brief® provides the wearer with the confidence, security and comfort of wearing real underwear. Garments are designed to be machine washed and tumble dried up to 100 times.

 

Compression Free Socks - luxuriously soft, and featuring a non-binding top that won't cut into your leg

 

TXG Cushioned Socks for Diabetics have been specially designed for the special needs of those suffering from all stages of diabetes or recovering from illness or injury.These luxuriously soft, cushioned socks are compression free, feature a non-binding top so the sock won't cut into your leg. They are odour resistant and have handlinked seams which reduce any irritation. These warm diabetic socks are so soft, and comfortable that we call them "Guardian Angels for your feet".

Selwyn St Andrew's - Hospital Care (Moxon Centre )

22 days ago - Cambridge

Hospital care is now available at Selwyn St Andrew's Moxon Cente, but filling fast.

The Selwyn Foundation has opened its new $14 million Moxon Centre at Selwyn St Andrew’s retirement village.

The three-storey centre offers fully serviced residential aged care suites within an innovative ‘household’ setting, as well as an extensive range of leisure amenities and eleven new independent living apartments.
The Selwyn Foundation Chief Executive, Garry Smith says: “We’re extremely proud to be opening this wonderful development at our Selwyn St Andrew’s village. The Moxon Centre will provide our residents with on-site residential care services for the first time ever, meaning they won’t need to move out of the village if their health or support needs change over time. It also offers exciting new social facilities for all our residents to enjoy and – new for Cambridge – retirement living in stylish, top floor apartments.

“As New Zealand society ages and the health sector comes under increasing strain to meet the care needs of growing numbers of older people, this outstanding new facility – offering two households, each with 12 care suites – also represents an additional service option for the wider Cambridge community and increases the range of care choices that are available to older people and their families in the area.”\

Click below to view a virtual tour of the two households:

Selwyn St Andrews - Level 1 - Household 1

Selwyn St Andrews - Level 1 - Household 2

The care suites in the Moxon Centre have been developed according to the ‘household’ layout, which is a new concept in the provision of residential aged care in New Zealand and based on international best practice. By having two small communities or ‘households’ of twelve residents, the care suites will provide an environment where people who live there have a real sense of belonging and feel truly at home.


Each ‘household’ will function like a home, where residents will have their own room with ensuite, and share a spacious lounge with open-plan dining and kitchen area, leading to a large outdoor deck and seating.


Village Manager, Rachael Hall, says: “The layout is designed to support our new way of delivering care. Our unique ‘care partnership’ approach provides holistic care planning focussed on all aspects of a person’s wellbeing. The interior plan and the accessibility features promote people’s independence, and a new way of working for our staff reflects the importance we place on the whole person and their overall wellbeing, and will enable residents to continue to take charge of their own lives, be empowered and heard by all their care partners.”

With the opening of the Moxon Centre, The Selwyn Foundation is the first provider in New Zealand to offer a new participatory style of hospital-level care – one that’s based totally around residents’ individual needs and what they want out of life.

“We’ve developed this following a review of the most innovative thinking in residential aged care provision and service delivery, and then created our own unique version. In the Selwyn model, our residents direct us on what’s important for them, with our care team then formulating a personal and tailored care plan based on the person’s individual needs and what they want out of life. The care team has a guiding role and will support the resident to make the best decisions about their own wellbeing and lifestyle within the care home,” Rachael says.

The care suites are located on the second floor of the Moxon Centre, which also comprises a social hub on the ground floor with a range of community leisure and social facilities including a café and dining area, outdoor BBQ, lounge, activity rooms, residents’ shop and hair salon. Eleven one, two and three-bedroom independent living apartments are located on the top floor.

Click below to view a virtual tour of the community areas:

Selwyn St Andrews - Moxon Centre

The Moxon Centre development has created 25 new jobs for the local community and is part of a broader $50 million investment programme that The Selwyn Foundation is undertaking, with new residential care centres also being developed at Selwyn Village and Selwyn Oaks in Auckland.

The Centre is named in recognition of Archbishop Emeritus Sir David Moxon KNZM, former Anglican Bishop of Waikato and former Primate and Archbishop of the New Zealand Dioceses of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.

 

Selwyn St Andrew's - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

22 days ago - Cambridge

The Selwyn Foundation recently opened its new $14 million Moxon Centre at Selwyn St Andrew’s retirement village.

The three-storey centre offers fully serviced residential aged care suites within an innovative ‘household’ setting, as well as an extensive range of leisure amenities and eleven new independent living apartments.

The Selwyn Foundation Chief Executive, Garry Smith says: “We’re extremely proud to be opening this wonderful development at our Selwyn St Andrew’s village. The Moxon Centre will provide our residents with on-site residential care services for the first time ever, meaning they won’t need to move out of the village if their health or support needs change over time. It also offers exciting new social facilities for all our residents to enjoy and – new for Cambridge – retirement living in stylish, top floor apartments. click below for a virtual tour of one of the available apartments.

Selwyn St Andrews - Apartment 208

“As New Zealand society ages and the health sector comes under increasing strain to meet the care needs of growing numbers of older people, this outstanding new facility – offering two households, each with 12 care suites – also represents an additional service option for the wider Cambridge community and increases the range of care choices that are available to older people and their families in the area.”


The care suites in the Moxon Centre have been developed according to the ‘household’ layout, which is a new concept in the provision of residential aged care in New Zealand and based on international best practice. By having two small communities or ‘households’ of twelve residents, the care suites will provide an environment where people who live there have a real sense of belonging and feel truly at home.

Each ‘household’ will function like a home, where residents will have their own room with ensuite, and share a spacious lounge with open-plan dining and kitchen area, leading to a large outdoor deck and seating. Click below to view a virtual tour of household one.

Selwyn St Andrews - Level 1 - Household 1

Village Manager, Rachael Hall, says: “The layout is designed to support our new way of delivering care. Our unique ‘care partnership’ approach provides holistic care planning focussed on all aspects of a person’s wellbeing. The interior plan and the accessibility features promote people’s independence, and a new way of working for our staff reflects the importance we place on the whole person and their overall wellbeing, and will enable residents to continue to take charge of their own lives, be empowered and heard by all their care partners.”

Click below to view a virtual tour of household two:

Selwyn St Andrews - Level 1 - Household 2

With the opening of the Moxon Centre, The Selwyn Foundation is the first provider in New Zealand to offer a new participatory style of hospital-level care – one that’s based totally around residents’ individual needs and what they want out of life.

“We’ve developed this following a review of the most innovative thinking in residential aged care provision and service delivery, and then created our own unique version. In the Selwyn model, our residents direct us on what’s important for them, with our care team then formulating a personal and tailored care plan based on the person’s individual needs and what they want out of life. The care team has a guiding role and will support the resident to make the best decisions about their own wellbeing and lifestyle within the care home,” Rachael says.

The care suites are located on the second floor of the Moxon Centre, which also comprises a social hub on the ground floor with a range of community leisure and social facilities including a café and dining area, outdoor BBQ, lounge, activity rooms, residents’ shop and hair salon. Eleven one, two and three-bedroom independent living apartments are located on the top floor. Click below for a virtual tour of the community areas: 

Selwyn St Andrews - Moxon Centre

The Moxon Centre development has created 25 new jobs for the local community and is part of a broader $50 million investment programme that The Selwyn Foundation is undertaking, with new residential care centres also being developed at Selwyn Village and Selwyn Oaks in Auckland.

The Centre is named in recognition of Archbishop Emeritus Sir David Moxon KNZM, former Anglican Bishop of Waikato and former Primate and Archbishop of the New Zealand Dioceses of the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.

 

Wimbledon Villa - Dementia Care (Secure environment)

22 days ago - Feilding 4702

 

 

 

Summerset in the Orchard (Hastings) - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

26 days ago - Hastings 4122

The Village Centre has now been open for 5.5 years.  This is a wonderful building with all the amenities you could expect from the best retirement village in Hawkes Bay.   The property is looking amazing with the cafe, bar, open spaces both inside and outside feeling very inviting.  Our wine club continues to grow, Sit and be Fit, indoor bowls and a raft of events on our calendar making life interesting.  We have put together a comprehensive list of exclusive events for the remainder of the year.  Note: the photo of the 2015 Christmas street party, 150 residents enjoying a balmy summer night. 

News - Motel Room on site for nightly rental at only $75 per night.  Why not experience the lifestyle before making the ultimate decision?  Or just stay in the 'Orchard Apartment' for your holiday in the Bay. 

An extension to our Village Centre, The Pavilion, is now completed.  With our Café being so successful and popular we need more space for events,  so great news. Come and have a look - very exciting.

The 2 story, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom and study townhouses add a different dimension to the village.  Visit us to see the many different living options available, we have everything from 1.5 bedrooms to these 2 story properties. Please note: Our waiting list continues to grow, get your name down quick.

The cafe is open to the general public so you are welcome to come in and have a sneaky look.  Why not chat with our residents about their lives in the village, over a wonderful espresso.

 



SOLEMAR - Hospital Care

26 days ago - Auckland

Newly renovated rooms

Speldhurst Country Estate - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

27 days ago - Levin

Speldhurst Country Estate is a new Village being built in the Horowhenua. It was officially opened on Wednesday 23rd March 2016 by the Rt. Hon. John Key. We are situated in a rural setting 5 minutes south of Levin and we offer two and three bedroom homes with single or double garage options. Also we have one and two bedroom apartments. The George, our community centre promises to be the hub of the Village and will be a great place to congregate and mix with local residents. IIt is nearing completion and residents are enjoying parts of this new building already. This Village will unfold over the next 15 to 20 years on our 120 acre property.  

MiLife Kelvin Grove - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

27 days ago - Palmerston North 4414

Call Sue to pre-arrange a viewing during Monday to Friday on 06 355 4665  

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

53 Brooklyn Heights Drive, Kelvin Grove, Palmerston North

Call Sue Blewitt, Village Manager on (06) 355 4665

 visit our website: www.milife.co.nz

 

 


 


Ngaio Marsh - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

27 days ago - Christchurch

Our Village Newsletter Ngaio Notations can be viewed on this link (in bronze).

 

Please note: you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your system to read this.

 

 

 

Precious Labels Ltd - Equipment and Products

28 days ago - Auckland

Precious Labels:-Home of Quality Customised Name Labels

Great quality at possibly the lower prices in the industry. Very durable labels that will last for a very very long time. 

Iron On clothing label starter bundle:- $16.99 for 37 labels or 46cents per label

https://www.preciouslabels.co.nz/product/clothing-label-starter-bundle-iron-on/

Clothing Label combo bundle (Iron on and stick on): $18.99 for 42 labels or 45.2cents per label. 

https://www.preciouslabels.co.nz/product/combo-clothing-label-starter-bundle/

Senior Starter Bundle : $18.99 for 40 labels or 47.5cents per label. 

https://www.preciouslabels.co.nz/product/senior-starter-bundle-2/

Call: 09 3930093 or admin@preciouslabels.co.nz for more info




No contracts for Resthome operators wanting to purchase our label bundles. Try out our bundles and if you don't like it then you can stop it anytime. But we are confident that you will like our labels.  Our bundles are very affordable and long lasting and we can customise the quantity or mix (clothing stick-on, clothing iron on, shoe labels and normal name stickers) to suit your needs. Plus we have different designs that your residents might find interesting. 

Just enquire @ admin@preciouslabels.co.nz. 

Precious Labels: Home of quality and affordable name labels (www.preciouslabels.co.nz)


 

We have some amazing offers going on at the moment, but hurry sales ends 10th Jan 2018!

Packs that might be of interest to you are:

Adults and Seniors bundle

(https://www.preciouslabels.co.nz/product-category/adults-seniors/)

and

Clothing Bundle (https://www.preciouslabels.co.nz/product-category/clothing-labels/)

Also checkout our other bundles by going to our home page www.preciouslabels.co.nz and then going to the order tab. 

We've had a great response so far, so thanks for those who have ordered from us, we appreciate your business! 

 

At Precious Labels we offer stick on name labels for clothing. These labels are laundry-safe, peel and stick-on clothing labels that require no ironing or sewing. These discreet sticky laundry labels are an easy way to keep your family’s clothing organized. Simply apply these durable custom clothing labels to care tags of shirts, trousers, undergarments and jackets. The label size is 22*9.5mm, but we can customise the size to your requirements.  We offer different designs to go with your label with the NZ fern being the most popular of them all.  But if you don't want any designs then plain ones are also available. 

See photos of our page on the eldernet site for a glimpse of these labels. 

See are xmas offer below:

We have a great Christmas Special! Hurry offer ends 10th Jan

We are taking 20% off on our "Senior starter label" bundle which reduces the price to $15.20 from $18.99. This bundle has 40 labels and covers clothes, shoes and other essential items.

We are also taking 20% off on our "Essential Bundle for Adults"  pack which reduces the price of this pack to $21.59 from $26.99. This bundle has 63 labels an covers labels of different sizes for clothes, shoes and other essential items.

Please click the Adults & Senior link under the "our products" tab of the home page www.preciouslabels.co.nz 

We also have great offers on clothing labels which includes both stick-on and iron-on labels. Please check our clothing labels link under the "our products" tab of the home page, www.preciouslabels.co.nz

Please enter promo code xmas17 (valid until 10 Jan 2018) at the top of the checkout page of the website to avail of this offer.  Contact us @ admin@preciouslabels.co.nz if you have any questions

Please don't hesitate to call us or email us for free samples of our labels for you to gauge the quality of our products.