Intergenerational programme brings out the best in residents and young visitors
Thanks to Vendetta Films, a handful of lucky INsite readers received tickets to see Winter at Westbeth in our recent promotion. Among the winners was Oceania’s Meadowbank Village, which intends to take a van-full to see the film while it is showing in Auckland. Fortunately for them, and others who have been waiting to see it, Winter at Westbeth hits New Zealand cinemas in just one week - on 27 April.
Dawn Murphy works on reception and manages resident services for Selwyn St Andrews Village in Cambridge. INsite asks her about how she got into her role, what she loves about it and what she’d like to see changed for New Zealand’s senior citizens.
Andrea Allott is village manager at Bupa’s Ballarat Retirement Village in Rangiora. INsite asks her about the path she took to get into this role, what she loves about her job, and what she’d like to see change in New Zealand’s aged care and retirement industries.
The Commission for Financial Capability has refreshed its retirement village web pages to make it easier for different users to navigate and find relevant information and tools. Further...
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INsite has double movie passes are up for grabs! That’s right, thanks to Vendetta Films we are offering your residents the chance to see Winter at Westbeth – a gorgeous documentary film about a unique retirement community in New York, released 27th April.
The latest JLL New Zealand Retirement Village Database research shows that with rapid growth comes certain risks for New Zealand's retirement village industry. INsite asks Retirement Villages Association (RVA) executive director John Collyns to discuss these risks.
Baby boomers increasingly expect ‘proper’ coffee at retirement villages.
The Bay of Plenty retirement village market continues to see growth, as many move away from main centres in pursuit of retirement at the beach.