Registered dietitian GAYE PHILPOTT gives an insight into her busy and varied workload as an independent dietitian for a number of aged care facilities. A typical...
Will family carers start saying “no” to providing “natural support”? asks LAURIE HILSGEN, CEO and co-founder of Carers NZ.
Annie Schenkel shares what she finds rewarding, inspiring, and challenging about being facility manager of Oakland Lifecare in Tauranga.
PETER MATHYSSEN, owner and manager of Glenbrook Rest Home, gives his views on the interRAI debate between Victoria Brown and Martin Taylor, featured in the last issue of INsite.
Eldernet mother-daughter duo shares the joys and frustrations of running Eldernet and Care Publications.
JUDE BARBACK visits Selwyn Wilson Carlile Home and Hospital in Hamilton.
JUDE BARBACK traipses down the road to visit the new addition to a growing village.
JUDE BARBACK visits Carter House in Te Puke, Bay of Plenty.
My decision to select Whare Aroha for this issue’s ‘snoop around’ could possibly be seen as a lazy choice, given that it is a mere five minutes’ walk from the Rotorua Energy Events Centre, the venue for this year’s NZACA conference. Convenience aside, Whare Aroha is undoubtedly in a fantastic location, within a stone’s throw of the city centre, the lakefront, and Government Gardens.
JUDE BARBACK has a look around one of Wellington’s oldest and most central aged care facilities.