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Strength exercises could help older adults get back on their feet,...

A new study shows that older adults who participate in strength training may have a better chance of being able to get up independently after they have a fall.

Digital wallpaper a world first in dementia design

Interactive wallpaper promotes active engagement for residents with dementia allowing residents and visitors to pop bubbles, make snow angels and play games.

Summerset is NZ’s first CEMARS certified village operator

Summerset is the first retirement village operator in New Zealand to become CEMARS (Certified Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme) certified, and is working with staff and residents to reduce emissions.

NZ Super affordable, but pension age should rise

New Zealand’s universal pension system is worth celebrating but could do with small tweaks to the model as the population ages, finds a new report titled 'Embracing a Super model: The superannuation sky is not falling', which was released by think tank The New Zealand Initiative.

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Opinion: Bryce Wilkinson – Cease this foreign investor farce

Senior Fellow at the New Zealand Initiative, Dr Bryce Wilkinson says it is absurd that long-standing New Zealand-based companies like Ryman Healthcare or Metlifecare must apply for approval to purchase land now deemed sensitive.




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