Set amidst tall oak trees and landscaped grounds, Park Lane’s contemporary accommodation and recreational buildings are matched by a holistic approach to helping residents to live their best life. Park Lane offers a continuum of care from independent villas and serviced apartments through to modern care rooms for rest home and hospital level care. Park … Continued
“Creating better, safer drivers” Youth Driver Education Proactive is for drivers on their restricted license or those wanting to improve their everyday driving skills. The Proactive Drive programme fills the gaps for new solo drivers who are most at risk on new Zealand roads with hands on, practical lessons. For more information refer to our … Continued
General footcare, hard to cut toenails, corn callous, ingrown toenails, orthotics, rest home serives.
The Beach Vista social group is really for anyone over 30! They offer senior support, but also enjoy having a mixed age range at social gatherings. They meet fortnightly on a Thursday at 1.30pm at Beach Campus. They alternate their events between talking and games, to an outing of some sort. These can change depending … Continued
WE Move Seniors help people who are moving, relocating or downsizing. This involves help with decluttering, working with you to decide on the appropriate furniture to keep and move to the new location, packing, gardening, cleaning and preparing your home for sale. Price by quotation.
The club offers people of all ages a range of options to enjoy cycling. Particularly suitable for older riders is the Maggie Group. This is an independent group initiated by a senior members of the club, particularly for older riders. See the group options below: All cyclist can join these bunch rides listed below: 2. … Continued
CAMEO (Come And Meet Each Other) is a programme for Senior Citizens in St Martins. The group meets fortnightly at 10 am on Thursday mornings in Hillview Christian School cafeteria 150 Wilsons Road. Morning tea is provided at no cost and is followed by a variety of activities including table games, exercise and guest speakers. Anyone … Continued
The Christchurch have a handy booklet that can be picked up at Service Centres around Christchurch or is available on their website. Go to: https://www.ccc.govt.nz/assets/Documents/Rec-Sport/Walk/WalkingGroupsBookletWEB.pdf Also see: https://www.ccc.govt.nz/rec-and-sport/walks/join-a-walking-group
Join other women and become more involved in your community through Altrusa International Christchurch. The Christchurch club currently meets in pleasant surroundings on the first Saturday of the month from 2.00 pm followed by a light afternoon tea. Altrusa International of Christchurch is part of a network of over 400 clubs around the world. You’ll … Continued
This is a family health initiative designed by the Pharmacy @ Group in Canterbury. The aim is to increase access to health information to people in order to help reduce sickness in our communities and improve the general health and well-being of Cantabrians. All sessions are run by registered pharmacists from the Pharmacy @ Group. … Continued