Life Friends is a not-for-profit visitation programme to people in aged care, that may not have regular visitors. We encourage people within local communities to share a coffee break once a week, with someone in residential care in their area.
The Life Friends project is currently in pilot stage in Papanui, Christchurch and has plans to expand to other parts of the country, where people see a need to share their time and life experiences with each other.
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The Multiple Sclerosis & Parkinsons Society of Canterbury was established in 1962 and has been actively involved in the community for over 50 years.
The team are highly regarded in professional circles, both locally and nationally as a resource for evidence-based practice in assisting people to maximise their independence and quality of life whilst living with Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinsons.
The Society's mission is: To offer professional support, information and education for people with, and those providing care for people with, Multiple Sclerosis or Parkinsons.
The RVRANZ protects the rights of retirement village residents in New Zealand.
The focus is on the Retirement Villages Act 2003 and the Retirement Villages Code of Practice 2008. The Act defines the rights of retirement village residents when they commit to a Occupation Right Agreement with the owner of the retirement village, in which they purchase a licence to occupy a villa, cottage, or apartment...