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We'll explain what retirement villages are and how they work.
Take time to select your retirement village. Visit several so that you can appreciate the different options you have.
Download and print the checklist below to help you make the best decision. There are many things to consider here. The list however is not exhaustive.
Want to read the latest news and events? See what’s going on around NZ. This newsletter is created by contributions direct from the Eldernet community and is filled with good news and updates.
1 day ago - Auckland
Affordable Apartments Starting From $180,000 Available Now At Ultimate Care Rosedale Village Rosedale Village is for the 65+ and its well-appointed affordable accommodation is set amongst a well-established residential area in Albany which enjoys the backdrop of Bushlands Park. One of the benefits of living at Rosedale Village is the ability to choose the level of support you require. Contact us today for more information or to schedule a viewing appointment 09 414 1144 www.rosedale.co.nz
2 weeks ago - Christchurch
Open Day Event Saturday 29 January 10:00AM - 2:00PM Come along and join us for a personal tour of our Villas and Studios within Bishop Selwyn Village’s lovely surroundings. Our new Village Manager, Vicky Knipe, and our Village Coordinator, Jane Woodill, will be delighted to meet you. Bishop Selwyn Village is a safe place to call home. Our studios and villas offer large spacious rooms, modern kitchens and garden courtyards. You can also discover all the services we have to offer. Our residents enjoy a secure and quiet location with a homely, community feel. We look forward to seeing you there! To find out more contact: Jane Woodill on 027 215 8220 or 03 379 4044 Ultimate Care Bishop Selwyn Village 350 Selwyn Street, Spreydon E: email@example.com EVENT DATE SUBJECT TO THE CURRENT COVID-19 LEVEL
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1 week ago
It’s 2022; so why are we still using a word from the 16th century to describe life after full time work?
2 weeks ago
For some, older age is an opportunity to cash in their chips and do everything they’ve ever wanted, using all the money they’ve saved in the process. Others, for example, see money as something that transfers across generations, and they will want to leave a little (or a lot) for their whānau to use in the future.