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|Contract with DHB||Yes|
|Updated: 14 Oct 2015|
|Approximate number of beds at this level of care||27|
|We provide care in two small and homely) Contact Vulori Daunibau on 388 6780 if you wish to come and view our home and meet our people. We would love to meet with you.Please see our comprehensive web site for further information about Millvale House Miramar.|
|Additional Room Costs||No|
|Updated: 25 Jun 2018|
| 17th March 2018
To Whom It May Concern
Re: Milvale House Miramar
When I was informed that my Mother had to be moved to the next level of Dementia Care my heart sank and I dreaded the next move in the progression of both her illness and the supervised care she would need.
We arrived at Milvale in the summer of 2013. I knew that my Mother was very unwell when we arrived and the staff called the local doctor immediately. She was diagnosed with pneumonia and was promptly put on medication. The staff at Millvale House could not have been more welcoming, kinder or more helpful to us at our personal time of great distress and need.
I have spent a considerable amount of time at Millvale over the years and can only really admire the way the facility is managed. Each of the individual patients is cherished for who they are and what they need as individuals. There are no “strict” rules at Millvale – difficult and challenging situations are discreetly handled.
I congratulate all the team at Millvale for showing such a generous commitment to the wellbeing and health of my Mother and others at the time when she is most vulnerable. I will always remember with deep gratitude the gentle caring, respect and patience that she receives. I know in my heart that my Mother is very content at Millvale and feels safe and cared for.
“ My much-loved companion has been living at Millvale House for over three years now, after hospital stays and four previous placements due to changing assessments. His family and I have found Millvale to be a good and welcoming place, with its home-like layout, accessible nursing station and caring staff, whose ethos, skills, affection and respect for the individuality of each resident are constant and heart-warming. The continuity of his carers, unfailingly kind and thoughtful, is very reassuring."
Jessie March 2018.
I would just like to pass on my gratitude to your team who are taking care of my mother. My sister and I talk every week and she always lets me know how gentle and kind your staff are at Millvale.
It gives me great peace to know that my mother is cared for well as she was a very devoted mother and it was so difficult for all of us to have her placed in care. I am so grateful for their care to my mother. I also work at a hospital so I know how important it is to have vulnerable people cared for. Please pass on my heartfelt gratitude to all your staff and all their efforts. --- A.M.
“My mother is a resident at Millvale House. I have approximately eight years experience in aged care working initially as a carer and for the last four years as a diversional therapist. From my experience, a home having great staff as well as a high standard of care are the two top requirements when placing a family member.
I could not be happier in both regards when it comes to my mother. Every staff member shows a genuinely high level of commitment to residents, motivated by a good heart. To observe my mother’s interaction with staff I can see how much she likes the staff and feels safe with them. This trust is essential and allows family members to feel as happy as they can about their family member being in care, especially in dementia specific care.
I am grateful to the staff for their loving care and support. --- W.M
My father was transferred from a stage 3 facility to Millvale Miramar a couple of months ago. My first impressions of Millvale Miramar were that of a calm and caring environment, where the mangers and staff members genuinely care for their residents. Each time I visit I am aware of this calm and caring and peaceful atmosphere. My father's settling-in period has been very successful due to the ability, knowledge and care of the staff. I have noticed the staff respect my father as an individual, not just as a Dementia patient. The Family Orientation meetings organised by Jan, have been very informative. They gave me a clearer understanding of how Millvale operates and of the support available for the family. --- F.B.
|Updated: 26 Mar 2018|
|Type||Hours Per Week||Status||Details|
|Hairdresser||Yes||Our hairdresser visits regularly.|
|Podiatrist||Yes||Our Podiatrist visits regularly.|
|Chaplain/Spiritual Advisor||Yes||All denominations|
|Updated: 10 Dec 2014|
|Specialities or Areas of Expertise||Status||Details|
|End of Life/Palliative Care||Yes||Liver Pool Care Pathway.|
|Specialised Dementia Care||Yes||At Millvale House, we specialise in caring for people who have dementia. This is the work we have chosen to do.|
|Clinical Manager||Yes||Vulori Daunibau is our Clinical Manager. Vulori advises and mentors the registered nurse team and also knows each resident and their requirements. Should you have any concerns or queries regarding the health of your loved one, please contact Vulori.|
|Other Nursing Specialities||Yes||Simon Hamley is a Registered Mental Health Nurse and our Education Coordinator. He ensures staff compliance with their training, coordinates staff in-services and special training programs, and instructs Managing of Actual or Potential Aggression (MAPA).|
|Updated: 1 Sep 2017|
|May Bring Own Furniture||Yes||We encourage families to bring items that help create a sense of familiarity.|
|Pets In Residence||No||family pets may visit|
|Negotiate To Bring Own Pet||Yes|
|Policy for management of challenging behaviour||Yes|
|Smoking Permitted||Yes||Smoking is permitted outside in the designated smoking area.|
|Audit report available||Yes|
|Updated: 30 Nov 2011|
|Activity programme, Advocate, Age Concern, Alzheimer's Society, Aromatherapy, Art, Bingo, Big print books, Board games, Bowls, Canine friends, Cards, Care and Craft, Church, Classical Music, Concerts, Cooking, Craft, Dancing, Entertainers, Exercises, Flower arranging, Games, Garden, Happy Hour, Hydrotherapy, Jigsaw, Massage, Music, Newspaper reading, Parties, Reading, Sing-a-longs, Vegetarian|
|Updated: 30 Nov 2011|
|Maori - Te Reo||Yes|
|Updated: 22 Feb 2011|
|Updated: 22 Feb 2011|
|Credentials & Membership||Status||Details|
|Rest Home MOH Audit Report Available.||Yes|
|Other details||Yes||Our Education Coordinator Simon Hamley is a trained instructor for Management of Actual or Potential Aggression (MAPA) from the Crisis Prevention Institute. Simon works across all facilities ensuring all our staff are trained in this valuable course.|
|Updated: 1 Sep 2017|