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15 hours ago - Auckland
Are you looking for Rest home care or day care? We can help. www.rest-home.co.nz Room Vacancy Status We currently have a vacancy, please call to discuss your needs for any upcoming vacancies. All rooms have an ensuite toilet and there is a mix of sizes and configurations such as those with glass sliding door to a garden courtyard or others with views toward the Waitakere ranges, Royal Heights Park or Auckland City and the bridge. Please call us to discuss. We welcome visits to view the great resources our facility has for residents and our day stay clients. Book a visit by calling 09 833 9333 or to have a chat about your needs. Day Stay Please note: Our Day Care Programme is operating as usual. Please have a chat to us about our day stay service. These can be either regular or occasional. Join in the activities, entertainment and meet our friendly residents and staff. This is a booked service so we do need to discuss your day care needs before hand. Royal Heights is proud to have achieved four years certification (twice running).
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Think of your brain as `Headquarters’ – the control room where all the core functions for your body and mind come from. It doesn’t get a holiday or take time out, it’s always “on”, working 24/7, taking care of your thoughts, breathing, movement and senses even while you’re asleep.
We suggest you consider the following questions when comparing residential care facilities. Make sure that the facilities you consider meet your assessed care level needs. This list is provided to give you ideas. Use it to form your own questions. Facility Atmosphere How do the residents relate one to another and to staff? How does the manager relate to staff, residents and all visitors including...
If you haven’t already made an emergency plan you need to do so now. Think about who might be able to come to your assistance if you should need it and discuss this with family, friends and neighbours. If you live in a retirement village you are considered to be living independently and responsible for yourself. (Ask the village operator what their emergency plan is and how you might be incl...