www.csntrust.org.nz The buildings are wheelchair friendly and the surroundings pleasant and modern. The scheme operates in the Allan Bean Centre Library, Burwood Hospital, on Saturdays between the hours of 9am – 1.30pm. To get to the Allan Bean Centre, turn into Entrance 3 off Mairehau Road. There is ample car parking available. Buses also run … Continued
: Friendship, social activities, gentle exercise, laughter and fun, morning or afternoon tea, practical advice and information, personal support. Transport available. Regular outings and excursions are also organised on occasion. $3 per session. Opawa St Marks Monday 9.30 to noon. Burwood: Wednesday Afternoon 1.00-3.30pm. Fendalton/Merivale: Monday afternoon 1.00pm-3.00 Aranui ST Ambrose Breezes Road Thursday 9.30am … Continued
Burwood Day Care provides a happy, homely environment with responsible & caring supervision. Provides a choice of activities, motivation & stimulation, companionship, physical, mental & spiritual well being. “Club 304” is open Monday to Friday from 9a.m. to 3p.m. Nutritious meals are provided & all cooked on the premises. Wide range of recreational activities suited … Continued
Tuesday,Wednesday, Thursday 10.30am – 12.30pm in term time. Arts, crafts, badminton, table tennis, pool, darts, coffee and friendly people. Drop in, it’s all free at 54 Bassett St, Burwood.
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
Mah Jong Classes- Monday and Fridays at 1:30pm. Card Making-1st and 2nd Thursday at 1:00pm and 3:00pm. Also 5th Thursday. Elder Care- Every Wednesday between 12:30pm and 4:00pm. Foot Clinic- Wednesdays (every 6 weeks). 22 July, 2 September, 14 October, 25 October 2020. Bookings by appointment between 1:00pm and 4:00pm. Shirley Friendship Club meets second Wednesday … Continued
Manufacture and repair artificial limbs.
Aims: To provide a comprehensive low vision service for the people of Canterbury and Westland region and provide a place where equipment to assist people with low vision can be located; to co-ordinate the services of providers of services, to people with low vision. Viewing machines (colour and monochrome) can be hired for approx $75 … Continued
The New Zealand Spinal Trust’s (NZST) mission is to empower people with spinal cord impairmentsand their whanau to embrace positive futures. We provide support and information services across New Zealand to help people overcome challenges, create strong networks and pursueoppotunities following their spinal impairment. The Allan Bean Centre Resource centre was demolished in 2015 … Continued
DAVAS can sometimes be involved in the process that is needed to renew a driver’s licence. The service offers recommendations on a person’s driving safety, following an accident related injury, or medical condition. GPs will often refer clients to DAVAS because there is some concern about their medical condition/health impacting on their driving safety. The … Continued