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19 hours ago - Marsden Cove, Whangarei
The Anchorage recently released another 8 duplex, 3 bedroom villas and 2 are already under contract. Be quick to secure your coastal retirement and make an appointment to view the showhome by calling Rhonda today. (09) 376 8770
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6 days ago
The Dementia Action Plan 2020 to 2025, released in May, has as one of its four objectives “building accepting and understanding communities” to improve the wellbeing of people living with the disease. “Stigma and a lack of awareness, poor understanding and barriers to inclusion are among the most devastating things that people living with dementia …
13 days ago
A team of musicians and event industry experts are bringing live music to the country’s retirement villages during the COVID-19 response, and they need your help. The programme, called From Us With Aroha, has launched an appeal to raise the $200,000 needed to get the wheels rolling on its two specialist trucks, fitted out with …
Under an Act of Parliament called the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988, every person is able to put in place a power of attorney known as an Enduring Power of Attorney, sometimes referred to as an EPOA. These powers of attorney come in two forms – one for personal care and welfare (which can only operate when the person who has given the power (the donor) no longer has men...
The Age Related Residential Care (ARRC) contract sets out the standard services providers must deliver to those who have been needs assessed and are eligible for care. These must meet the person’s assessed needs as detailed in their ‘Care Plan’ and include: accommodation; laundry; nursing and care services; food services; continence products; ‘house GP’ visits...