North Shore Times : February 10th 2011
8 NORTH SHORE TIMES, FEBRUARY 10, 2011 NEWS Assisted Living Suites: The room depicted is an example only and may not be available. OG1316 The individual needs of our residents always take precedence, so a Needs Assessment would be required as the first step, before we can accept a new resident. We can help with facilitating this. If their needs change in any way, a move to a more appropriate care room or facility may be required. An Occupation Right Agreement is unsecured. TO VIEW: Contact Ann Marie Herbert on (09) 488 2908 Email: email@example.com Website: www.oceanialiving.co.nz • Have been living independently, either at home or in a retirement village, but now require rest home or hospital level care. • Are already receiving rest home or hospital level care but would prefer to live in a superior, well-appointed suite. REST HOME OR HOSPITAL LEVEL CARE IN A PRIVATE, MODERN SUITE. Lady Allum Assisted Living Suites are for seniors who: A living environment that allows you to socialise in private with family or friends. A greater sense of the suite being "yours": because they are available under an Occupation Right Agreement, as long as you require rest home or hospital level care and provided your health needs can be met safely, we won't ask you to move to another room or another wing of the facility. Physical Security: our Assisted Living Suites have nurse call buttons, in both the bedroom and en suite areas. And there is a registered nurse on duty 24 hours a day. Peace of mind: family members can go on holiday or about their daily business knowing their loved one is safe and cared for. A modern suite with separate bedroom, ensuite, kitchenette and lounge. Assisted Living Suites at Lady Allum provide: LADY ALLUM: 20 Napoleon Avenue, Milford 0620 Ph (09) 488 2900 SMALLER PRICES BIGGER CHOICE ww w.mastertrade.co.nz STRATEGY 2118 Visit your local store now. 38 Constellation Drive, North Shore 53 - 61 Lunn Avenue, Mt Wellington 46 Ormiston Road, Flatbush Paffoni Stick Basin Mixer Code: 5178 3 8 $169* Was $245 *These offers are available until 17th April, or until sold out. $1199* Was $1629 Englefield Valencia 900mm sq Shower with Corner Contour Wall, White Code: 526960 Sphinx 280 Close Coupled Toilet Suite Code: 566037/566038 $169* Was $389 More members wanted for U3A By JODEAL CADACIO Browns Bay-based group U3A promotes research and learning among retired people and is seeking new members. The name stands for University of the Third Age, the name originally given to the movement that was founded in France. Club president Fay Weatherly says in New Zealand it is referred to as U3A to differentiate it from the degree granting universities. She says its aim is to encourage further learn- ing by listening, under- standing, contributing, researching and participating in dis- cussion and relevant excursions. U3A is a response to the idea that human life is divided into three periods: Childhood and schooling, child rearing and work and retire- ment. It is during retire- ment that people can put into practice the idea of a university as a com- munity of like-minded people who seek a greater understanding of life,'' she says. She says its purpose is to tap the great reservoir of knowledge, skills and experience that older people have. Brows Bay U3A has 200 members with 26 special interest groups covering ancient civilisations, anthro- pology, archaeology, art, computers and creative audio visual. Visit www.u3abb.net.nz or call Ms Weatherly on 473-0324 or Shirley on 479-4668 for details.
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