Te Puawaitanga Ki Otautahi Trust A social group that meets the last Friday of the month to enjoy a meal and educational talk at Tauhiwi Marae.
Senior Chef is a FREE eight-week course for people aged 60 and over who want to improve their cooking skills, confidence, or motivation around cooking for one or two people. Classes are three hours long, and run once a week, usually starting at 10am. There are usually eight to 10 people in a class. Each … Continued
This organisation has a motivated team of expert therapists, carefully selected to provide a fully integrated service to people with disabilities and their carers. A range of therapists: Physio, Speech Language, Music, Occupational Therapists, Dietitians and Therapy assistants. Therapy Professionals works with: -the elderly -children with special needs -people with head injuries -those with physical … Continued
Healthy Eating, Healthy Ageing is a public health project which aims to improve the physical activity levels and the nutritional wellbeing of community-living older people (aged 65 years or close to 65 with age-related conditions) in Canterbury. The project is delivered by a registered dietitian and an administrator based at The Princess Margaret Hospital, Canterbury … Continued
Produce picked from the garden. Special dietary requirements catered for. Can do Catering is a division of the Laura Fergusson Trust and shares the Trust’s vision of proving ordinary life opportunities for it’s clients. Selection of scones, muffins, pastries, sandwiches/wraps, sweet delights, fruit platter and sushi. Lunch,dinner and finger food menu available on request.
Community & Public Health (a division of the Canterbury District Health Board) delivers free public health services in Canterbury (from Kaikoura to the Waitaki River) & the West Coast. Public health services are population based health promotion & health protection activities that are concerned with whole populations or groups such as children or elderly people … Continued