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Sort Out Service - Downsizing and Relocation

1 day ago - Wellington Area

NEED HELP DOWNSIZING OR DECLUTTERING?

We are friendly and professional home organisers who provide downsizing, decluttering and estate clearance services in the greater Wellington area.  We're here to help people who don't have the time, strength or support to get these jobs done.  These jobs can be hard to start, so we offer a non-judgemental, personalised service to help you get them underway and completed.  That frees you up to do whatever you have to do next.

Call 021 227 3345 for a FREE, half hour consultation. 
To find out more visit www.sortoutservice.co.nz

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

Rosewood Rest Home & Hospitals - Hospital Care

3 days ago - Christchurch

Refurbished Hospital Unit now open!

Enquiries welcome or just pop in and have a look.

We would love to meet you.

Today the staff and residents enjoyed wearing their floral outfits including our maintenance team.

Aria Park Retirement Village - Hospital Care

3 days ago - Auckland

Surrounded by leafy lanes and close to beautiful Cornwall Park, Aria Park Retirement Village offers the comfort and security of 24-hour care and assistance.

Conveniently located near local shops, cafes and Greenlane Hospital, Aria Park has been providing quality rest home care to the community for over 20 years and prides itself on its continuum of care.

Enjoy life as part of a community that focuses on well-being and the attitude of living well. Residents enjoy regular outings and bus trips and there are organised activities including seated exercise sessions, visiting school and church groups, quizzes and music sessions. And don’t forget the Friday Afternoon Happy Hour!

At Aria Park care can be provided in a room in our care facility or your own studio or serviced apartment.

If you would like to find out more about our facility and take a look around, please contact our team on 09 630 8430 or email admin@ariapark.co.nz

 

Coastal View Lifestyle Village - Care Apartments

5 days ago - Nelson

March Open days 27th and 28th from 10am to 2pm.  Come and see our new Care Centre.  We have 14 large 40sqm rooms and can provide Rest Home and Hospital level care in these rooms.  All are suitable for couples.

A member of our Clinical Team will be available both days to give you information on the care we offer.

Coastal View Lifestyle Village - Rest Home Care

5 days ago - Nelson

March Open days 27th and 28th from 10am to 2pm. Come and see our new Care Centre.  Offering Rest Home and Hospital level care in all rooms ranging from 22sqm to 40sqm care suites.

A member of our Clinical Team will be available on both days to give you more information on the care we offer.

Coastal View Lifestyle Village - Hospital Care

5 days ago - Nelson

March open days to view the care centre.  All welcome 27th and 28th March between 10am - 2pm. Come and see our new Care Centre and large rooms starting at 22sqm and going up to 40sqm. We provide Rest Home level and Hospital level care in all rooms.

A member of the Clinical Team will be present both days to give you information on the Care Centre

Ultimate Care Rosedale - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

5 days ago - Auckland

 


Affordable Apartments From $170,000 - $410,000 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. 

Contact us today for more information 09 414 1144

www.rosedale.co.nz

 

 

 

 

 

Royal Heights Rest Home - Rest Home Care

5 days 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 one vacancy. 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).

Arvida Good Friends - Home Help and Personal Care/Assistance

6 days ago - Christchurch

Arvida Good Friends - a new private home help and home care service in Christchurch

Private help at home where you are in control

1. You choose a weekly subscription membership plan that suits you.

2. You choose the services you want, when and how often you want them.

3. We match you with a helper to suit your needs - and your personality. 

4. You plan your days to do the things you love

Find out more at www.goodfriends.co.nz 

Matamata Country Lodge - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

1 week ago - Matamata

Get in quick,  only one chalet available.  Our chalets have two bedrooms, feature full kitchens and bathrooms and the grounds are expertly managed by our staff gardeners. For additional piece of mind, all chalets feature emergency alarms.   Our chalets provide internal access to their respective garage.

www.matamatacountrylodge.co.nz

 

 

Waitakere Gardens - Metlifecare Retirement Village - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

1 week ago - Auckland

TIMELESS CLASSICS - relive your favourite music  

An afternoon of FREE music of Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash and many others. Relive some of your favourite music with talented Solo Tribute Singer, Kerryn Winn.

WHEN: Wednesday 10 March, 2pm
WHERE: The Atrium, Waitakere Gardens, 15 Sel Peacock Drive, Henderson

RSVP by Friday 26 February to Amanda on 09 836 9744
Spaces are limited. Light refreshments included.

Real Estate Downsizing Specialist - Downsizing and Relocation

1 week ago - Tauranga

Vanessa is offering a free, no-obligation, 30 minute downsizing consultation to help you understand the options available in Tauranga.

HBH Senior Living - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

2 weeks ago - Auckland

Howick's only boutique retirement village, HBH Senior Living, has an apartment for sale at 139 Union Road, Howick. Well-positioned, it offers 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. HBH Senior Living 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 in on had should you need it. 

 

 

MedicAlert Foundation New Zealand - Equipment and Products

2 weeks ago - Upper Hutt

Be free with MedicAlert

 * You will be supported by a 24/7 Emergency Hotline Service

* Live your life confidently knowing MedicAlert will speak for you when you can't

View MedicAlert engraved ID range here: www.medicalert.co.nz

Kowhai Rest Home - Rest Home Care

2 weeks ago - Christchurch

We regretfully say goodbye to Jo Ironside (Registered Nurse) - we wish her well in the future.

We welcome our new Registered Nurse - Catharina Morgenstern. She appears to be settling in really well.

WINDSORCARE VILLAGE - Retirement Villages ('Purchase')

3 weeks ago - Christchurch

FOR IMMEDIATE SALE

WINDSORCARE Retirement Village situated opposite The Palms Shopping Centre in Shirley, Christchurch have 6 brand new townhouses for sale.  

We hold OPEN DAYS every Thursday afternoon from 1pm to 3pm.  Entrance to the open day is on Golf Links Road, opposite The Palms Shopping Centre.

Please come along to view, we would love to see you there.

WINDSORCARE is one of the oldest most established retirement villages in the East of Christchurch operating for over 60 years.  In addition to our 49 established cottages, we now have a further 8 new villas added to our independent living community.

We offer continuing care via our Rest Home, Hospital and Dementia units.  These units are at a premium as our reputation as a first class health care provider is excellent and our staff to resident levels are higher than most.  As an owner of an independent townhouse or cottage you will have preference if a space becomes available giving you peace of mind and security.

For more information please email: sales@windsorcare.co.nz or call us:  03 385 3179

 

Brylyn Residential Care - Rest Home Care

3 weeks ago - Hamilton

January 2021

We are well into the new year and hopefully all enjoying the summer weather. We can be grateful for being able to move around New Zealand, to have holidays within and to be able to be with our families.

Welcome to our new resident Marie Johansen, who we hope will be happy here with us at Brylyn.

We had three birthdays this month, Raymond Matson on 6th, Adrian Ngamotu on the 21st and Ian Birse on the 26th, Happy Birthday to our three gentlemen. Our chef provided a cake from the kitchen for morning tea to share with all the residents.

Raymond and Joyce celebrated their 69th wedding anniversary on the 12th where they shared a cake from our kitchen with everyone. Happy Anniversary to them!

Peter Whalley was in on the 9th to entertain in the morning getting everyone to sing along with him and Happy Hour with snacks and drinks on the 29th with Charlie and Marlene entertaining and again there was good participation from our residents. A good time had by all.

Thank you to our weekend entertainers, Louise, George and Peter.

The bus trip this month was to Lake Karapiro – this was enjoyed by those who went there.

Religious services are held twice a month and a religious discussion in the alternate weeks.

David voluntarily comes in weekly to do quizzes for which we are most grateful.

There are daily exercises and Bingo sessions twice a week, always popular with Ian Birse calling. Thanks again to Ian who is one of our residents.

We have games mornings and walks outside to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine.

Keep well everyone, stay safe, until next month,

Regards from all at Brylyn.


December 2020

We hope you have had a wonderful festive season and here’s wishing you all the very best for 2021.

Birthdays for the month of December were for Robert Brough on the 12th, Lindsey Jordan on the 20th and Glenys Alexander on the 21st. A cake was provided from our kitchen for morning tea with all the residents.

Sadly, two of our residents passed away, our condolences go out to the families of Bruce Ogilvie and Lindsey Jordan.

We welcome Lena ‘Billy’ Phillips for a short stay with us.

Christmas decorations went up and on the 4th we took photos of our residents by our new Christmas tree with a copy given out to both residents and family. They are beautiful photos and well done to our caregiver, Vidhi, who did a splendid job!

Peter Whalley was in on the 9th to entertain in the morning getting everyone to sing along with him.

A morning tea was held on the 10th where we thanked our Volunteers and handed out gifts, not forgetting the two doggies that visit our residents, Boomer and Cookie. Some of our residents stood up to say their thanks including one of our Registered Nurses, Thelma. There as a delicious spread afterwards which turned out to be a good social event.

Entertainment with Charlie and Marlene went well on the 11th where they also got residents to join in and sing along. Charlie sang the favourites with some wonderful news songs, ending with a medley of well-known Christmas carols.

The bus trip on the 11th residents went to Palmers Garden Centre Café for coffee and cake and then a walk in the plants garden.

Our new vinyl was installed in the lounge and dining areas on the weekend of the 12th and 13th. This went well. We thank our residents and staff for their patience and understanding with this major disruption. The staff were amazing with serving meals in the rooms and taking extra care of our residents.

Residents went out in the evening on the 17th in two buses to see the Christmas lights. It is wonderful to see the effort that people make to decorate their houses and gardens.

We invited family to come in and join our residents for a shared family lunch. Staff put on a show, dancing to ‘Jingle Bells’ and then showed a video they had made of all the residents doing dance movements to the same song; an occasion enjoyed by all. Well done staff!

On the 24th we had our Christmas Happy Hour with Glen Carley entertaining. Residents were given their Christmas presents and photos from Brylyn by Santa with staff dressing up in ‘mufti.’

We had a special Christmas menu for lunch on Christmas day:

Starter: Italian Antipasto Platter: Prosciutto, Salami, Ham, Blue Cheese, Aged Cheddar Cheese, Brie Cheese, Grapes, Olives and Crackers. Prawn Twisters & Lemon Pepper Squid.

Mains: Roast Lamb with Mint Sauce & Gravy. Roast Turkey with Cranberry Jam. Roasted Vegetables -Baby Potatoes, Golden Kumara and Carrots. Fresh Mini Bread Rolls.

Green Salad – Mesclun, Rocket, Tomato, Capsicum, Alfalfa served with Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing.

Dessert: Christmas Pudding and Custard. Mini Lemon Curd Tart. Mini Peach & Passion Fruit Tart.

L & P came in on the 31st to entertain our residents for the last day of the year with some wonderful music and singing.

Our religious service is held twice a month and a religious discussion in the alternate weeks.

David comes in weekly to do quizzes. We have daily exercises and Bingo sessions twice a week which draws a big crowd. There are games mornings and walks in the fresh air and sunshine. Thank you to our weekend entertainer, Louise.

Keep well everyone, until next month

Regards from all at Brylyn.

November 2020

We are well into spring with summer just around the corner and on the countdown to Christmas!

Our Christmas decorations are up making the facility look very festive.

 We welcome our new resident from Christchurch, Ashley Connor, and hope he will be happy here with us. Ashley celebrated his birthday on the 10th with a cake from our kitchen to share with all our residents. Happy Birthday Ashley!

On Friday 13th we had Peter Mudie and his wife in to talk about Bonsai growing where they also displayed some bonsai trees and in the evening the staff celebrated Diwali. We provided Indian food and some staff brought in Indian desserts. There was dancing and the occasion was enjoyed by both residents and staff.

Our surprise lunch on 25th was Kentucky Fried Chicken (Chicken and Chips in individual boxes) and served with rolls, followed by Brandy Snap and Toffee Sauce pudding.

Happy Hour on the 27th was a joyous ‘singalong’ occasion with Tipene while he sang and played his guitar with a good variety of songs.

Some of the residents went for a van drive on 30th to the Jukebox Diner Cafe for coffee and a scone.

Our religious service is held twice a month and a religious discussion in the alternate weeks.

David comes in weekly to do quizzes. We have daily exercises and Bingo sessions twice a week which draws a big crowd now. There are games mornings and walks in the fresh air and sunshine. Our weekend entertainers were Charlie, George, Wendy, Peter and Roy.

Just a friendly note that if you are visiting on the weekend of the 12th and 13th of December, we are having new floor vinyl fitted in the lounge and dining room. There will be major disruptions and noise and no entry around that area. Thank you for understanding while this is being done.

Every year we cook a special Christmas lunch here for our Residents and just a friendly reminder that we will be unable to accommodate any family to join us as the facility is full. Good news though that we are full!

Please can you let us know, once you have made your arrangements, if Mum or Dad will be in or out for lunch on the 25th and what time you will pick them up. Thank you.

Keep well everyone, until next month

Regards from all at Brylyn.

October 2020

We are having such lovely warm spring days, it is certainly good to be out of winter and almost into summer!

This month we celebrated birthdays with a cake from our kitchen for morning tea for Ross Roulston on the 4th and Wayne Rolton on the 23rd – Happy Birthday to both gentlemen.

We say thanks to Len who plays the piano for the hymns in the religious services with Reg and Jan and thanks to David who takes religious service and does a quiz with the residents on alternative weeks.

To make it easier for our residents to vote, the ‘special voting box’ was organised here at the facility during the month which proved to be a success.

Residents loved the bus drive on the 9th out to Woodlands and then to Jasen Park. Our second drive of the month on Friday 30th was out to the Punnet café in Tamahere for coffee.

On the 14th was our surprise meal and this time it was ‘take out’ pizza followed by a delicious fresh fruit salad and cream. This monthly event proves to be popular with our residents and keeps them guessing as to what the meal could be!

Neil Curgenven came in on the 16th and gave an interesting talk about the styles of housing in Hamilton going right back in time to the present day. We will certainly get Neil back at a later stage as he has much more to share on various subjects.

Happy hour was on Friday 30th when we were entertained by Charlie and Marlene – a fun time was had by all.

Bingo remains popular as does the games mornings. Residents are taken outside to enjoy the warm weather days as much as possible. They did a little bit of gardening using the New World miniature potting of the vegetable seeds, had an exercise session outside and went for walks too.

Keep well everyone, until next month

Regards from all at Brylyn.

September 2020

It is just wonderful to be back at level 1.

We are well into the second half of the year and spring is in the air with some wonderful warm days.

This month we celebrated birthdays for Olive Begley on the 14th, Joyce Park on the 18th and Ian Stewart on the 21st with a cake baked in our kitchen - a happy birthday to you all.

On the 1st we had our spring day celebration with everything yellow. For morning tea we had yellow cupcakes, afternoon tea a yellow cake, at lunch there was a yellow dessert, cold drinks, serviettes and placemats! It turned out to be a lovely sunny day too which was a bonus.

We had a Father’s Day event a little earlier on the 3rd where we purchased a special morning tea cake, gave out gift bags with a shower and a shaving gel in each and then for all the residents, a small chocolate. The men all sat together at one table. “Parkie” (Raymond Park) cut the cake. After lunch we had the ‘Father’s Day’ Happy Hour. In all it was a special day.

We have had the religious services resumed with Reg and Jan and with David too, who also does a quiz with the residents.

Tipene entertained at our Happy Hour with his wonderful array of songs. Residents are very happy too to have our weekend entertainers back. On the weekend after lockdown we had George and Roy in to entertain.

The monthly surprise lunch meal was held on the 17th with a meal of pies, chips, peas and gravy. The pies were from Jesters, followed by a new dessert, Banoffee pie. This occasion always goes down well with our ‘family.’

We have introduced a small ‘shopping’ cabinet in the reception area for residents to view and purchase any toiletry items they may need or cold drinks and snacks.

We are getting a good turnout for the Bingo and games mornings, and with some of the lovely winter days we have had the staff  have taken residents outside to enjoy the sunshine - there is nothing like fresh air and feeling the sun on our bodies.

Keep well everyone, until next month

Regards from all at Brylyn.

August 2020

It was so wonderful to have life back to normal even if it was for a short time and to be out of the Covid-19 lockdown. Unfortunately, we are experiencing another lockdown and being a rest home, we have your family and loved ones in our best interest and have therefore stopped all visitors coming in for the present.

We are well into the second half of the year and spring is in the air with some wonderful warm days.

Birthdays this month were for Susan Harvey on the 2nd, Colin Brewer on the 28th and Annette Coombs on the 30th. Happy Birthday to you.

Before the lockdown we had:

Jan and her dog, Macey, from the SPCA, come in for a visit. Residents always love the interaction with the dogs.

We had our religious services and the quizzes with David.

There was entertainment on the weekends by George, Peter and Wendy.

Some of our residents went on the bus outing to Morrinsville on the 7th to spot all the ‘cow’ icons in the streets and to take photos.

The trainee Occupational Therapists were doing well and enjoyed being with our residents, hopefully we can get them back soon.

The surprise lunch meal was on Friday 21st when we had a movie morning to watch “Young at Heart”  followed by Fish, Chips and Salad packed as a ‘take out’ meal in take-away containers followed by an ice cream sundae. Residents were pleasantly surprised and extremely happy not to miss their Friday ‘fish and chips.’

We are getting a good turnout for the Bingo and games mornings, and with some of the lovely winter days we have managed to take some of our residents outside to enjoy the sunshine - well done Mahi.

Keep well and stay safe, until next month

Regards from all at Brylyn.

Pacific Vision International - Vision

3 weeks ago - Christchurch

TOPAZ ULTRA HAS ARRIVED!!!!!!

CONTACT US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION

Introducing a new Freedom Scientific portable video magnifier, the TOPAZ Ultra, featuring a unique folding design, making it extremely easy to take with you wherever you go.

The TOPAZ Ultra is a portable magnifier with a unique folding design, making it extremely easy to take with you wherever you go.

TOPAZ Ultra offers the same reading comfort, ease of use, and functionality as a desktop video magnifier - but in a compact and foldable design. TOPAZ Ultra is the ideal solution for individuals who need a lightweight magnification solution in different locations - at home, in the office or classroom, and on the go. Use the TOPAZ Ultra right out of the box to magnify text and objects up close, in the distance, and even look at yourself with its convenient 3-in-1 camera.

Enjoy crisp, clear, full-HD images on either a 17.3-inch screen. The fully adjustable monitor height makes reading, writing, or viewing at a distance easy at any angle. Our unique folding design makes it convenient to take the TOPAZ Ultra with you, or to store it when you do not need it.

 

 

SOLEMAR - Rest Home Care

3 weeks ago - Red Beach

Newly Renovated Facility in 2018, 2019, 2020

SOLEMAR - Dementia Care (Secure)

3 weeks ago - Red Beach

Newly Renovated Facility in 2018, 2019, 2020

SOLEMAR - Hospital Care

3 weeks ago - Red Beach

Newly Renovated Facility in 2018, 2019, 2020