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3 hours ago - Auckland
HBH Senior Living’s fully licensed, 97-bed hospital is designed for those who require a high level of medical care and support. We also cater for people with dementia or cognitive decline. Our qualified and dedicated staff combines Christian compassion with the highest standards of nursing care and we’re proud to have earned the highest level of certification from the Ministry of Health. Rooms are larger than most (average 17 metres square and most include a full ensuite), and residents are encouraged to bring as much of their own furniture and belongings as possible to make their room more homely. Some rooms open onto a deck or patio and all rooms have a built-in wardrobe, vanity and storage and are pre-wired for Sky, phone and Internet. All hospital rooms come with a TV. Each of the four units has its own dining room, lounges/activity rooms and sitting area. HBH Senior Living is one of only two fully registered Eden Alternative facilities in Auckland, a philosophy of care based on helping older people to have a life of purpose, meaning and variety.
3 hours ago - Auckland
HBH Senior Living offers a dedicated, 32-bed Rest Home for those who need a little more assistance with daily living. Our Rest Home has been awarded four years certification (the highest level of certification available) from the Ministry of Health. Rooms are larger than most (17 metres square with a full ensuite), so there is plenty of space to bring the things you treasure. All rooms have a built-in wardrobe, vanity and storage and are pre-wired for Sky, phone and Internet. And every room opens onto a deck or patio. There are also three communal lounges (with Wifi available), as well as a large dining room and activities space. Meals, activities and personal care are provided and support and medical care is on hand 24/7. HBH Senior Living is a fully registered Eden Alternative facility, only one of two in Auckland. This is a philosophy of care based on helping older people to have a life of purpose, meaning and variety.
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10 hours ago
As well as choosing a new government, October’s election gives us the opportunity to support or oppose the legalisation of euthanasia and recreational use of cannabis. Here, Aaron Ironside of SayNopeToDope argues for a ‘No’ vote in the referendum on the Cannabis Legalisation and Control Bill. SayNopeToDope is a collection of 25 organisations and individuals …
1 day ago
As well as choosing a new government, October’s election gives us the opportunity to support or oppose the legalisation of euthanasia and recreational use of cannabis. Here, Kali Mercier of the NZ Drug Foundation argues for a ‘Yes’ vote in the referendum on the Cannabis Legalisation and Control Bill. Statistically, it’s highly likely that you’ve …
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Mental fitness Remaining mentally fit is as important as physical fitness and often the two go hand in hand. Factors such as having regular physical exercise; staying well; seeing your doctor when you are unwell and having a good diet all contribute to good mental health. We can also exercise our mental health. ‘Use it or lose it’ still applies. There are a number of ways that the mi...