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Tea and Coffee—CHB Come and join us on Friday 31st January for a cup of tea or coffee and a chit chat to start off the New Year. Tea and coffee is held the 2nd and last Friday in the month at Masonic Lodge from 10am onwards. Door $3.00. Raffle available $2.00. Transport $4.00. Please call our CHB office on 858-9158 if you would like more information Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year everyone
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This story has been republished with the author’s permission. To read the original article click here. When the Artzheimers group visits Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetū the members are stimulated, not just by the paintings on the wall, but also by the caring presentations they hear from curators and guides. The Artzheimers name reflects …
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What’s in the news around NZ? In this post we cover recent articles of interest published by a variety of news organisations around NZ including NZ Herald, Otago Daily Times, Radio NZ, Stuff.co.nz, Beehive.govt.nz, Newshub. to name but a few. To access the article simply click on the link provided and you will be able to read …
After you have had an assessment you may be referred to someone known as a service or care coordinator. They will discuss the recommendations with you and help organise any services that have been recommended following the assessment and that you agree to. Amongst other options this may involve arranging home support services, carer support for any carer, or talking through your options with you i...
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...