Website: www.ps.org.nz/uppersouthisland/ The North Canterbury Presbyterian Support provides a range of services. Open 8.30am to 5pm weekdays. Totara Club (day programme for older people living in the community). It offers company, activities and outings. Phone number as above, operates 5 days a week. By assessment. HomeShare: Support older people living in their home community. HomeShare … Continued
Helping people stay well, happy and active in their homes and communities ie. Thrive Catherine Fink and Louise Tapper are proud to present Thrive. They have rebranded from Port Hill Therapists as Thrive better represents what they do. Check out the fresh new website www.thriveot.co.nz The key services remain the same and are: • Positive … Continued
Older Persons Health, assessment teams and Single Point of Entry have had a name change to Adult Community Referral Centre. All other details, for the time being, remain the same. Community Service Team provide a service to clients which includes Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Speech Language Therapy, Pschiatric and Diabetic services, in their own home. The … Continued
Many subsidised services are available to help people remain independent and in their own home through the Adult Community Referral Centre ( ACRC ). They can be referred to you through your GP. If you are having difficulty with day to day tasks around the home, cooking, or with personal care please discuss this with … Continued
NZORD, the New Zealand Organisation for Rare Disorders, provides New Zealand’s central starting point for information about rare diseases.
Lifelinks is a Christchurch firm, provides needs assessment and service co-ordination to people under the age of 65 years. This involves finding out what the families of disabled people need and identifying what services are available to meet those needs Support may range from household management and personal care, to recreational or vocational needs.