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5 hours ago - Auckland

HBH Senior Living - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

Howick’s only boutique retirement village, HBH Senior Living, has two, 2-bedroom apartments available for sale at 139 Union Road, Howick. Well-positioned, both apartments enjoy an open plan living space that flows to a modern kitchen with quality appliances and ample storage. The master bedroom has easy access to a well-designed disability-friendly bathroom. Situated on the top floor, both apartments have a balcony and enjoy the afternoon sun. 139 on Union offers a close community of 42 apartments with an emphasis on friendship, care and support. With Rest Home and Hospital level care and a Day Programme on site you can have the best of both worlds: the freedom to live independently and the reassurance that help is on hand should you need it.

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Eldernet Gazette

10 hours ago

Scared but not prepared dementia survey

It’s one of the biggest challenges facing the country’s health system – one that will cost the economy $4.5 billion and affect more than 170,000 New Zealanders by 2050. It’s dementia, and 91% of New Zealanders are frightened of it, according to a new survey by Public Trust and Dementia New Zealand. Dementia New Zealand …

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I get lonely at times. How can I remain involved my community whe...

Social and emotional well being Feeling lonely and/or not connected to other people (as distinct from living alone) can become problems, as we get older. This may be due to a number of factors e.g. loss of someone close, moving house, loss of mobility etc. You can have some control over some of your responses e.g. join clubs, maintain a wide circle of friends etc. Other factors however, a...

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