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Health Care New Zealand

Provides a wide range of home-care services, to approximately 1,000 families in the Tauranga District

Ngati Ranginui Iwi Society

Provides a home-care service for their kuia and kaumatua


Provides home-care services for 40-50 people, both under and older than 65 years

Salvation Army

Provides home-care services to about 2,000 people in the Tauranga District, most of whom are over 65 years

Whaioranga Trust

Provides home-based care for between 15-20 clients, in conjunction with their day-care programme

Residential care

In Tauranga

Accadia Manor Life-Care Estate, Aspen Even-tide Home, Althrop Private Hospital, Carlton Rest Home, Cedar Manor, Edgecumbe Rest Home, Elmswood Lodge Rest Home, Fraser Manor, Devonport Palms, Hodgson House, Killarney Rest Home, Matua Life Care, Melrose Court, Oakland Health, Pyes Pa Country Lodge

In Mount Maunganui

Bernadette Life Care, Malyon House Rest Home, Mount View Rest Home, Somervale

Peer support and older people advocacy

Age Concern

Provides newsletter, telephone enquiry service, mobility scooter courses, old-time dancing, cards and craft groups, walking groups and minibus trips

Grey Power

Provides newsletter, telephone enquiry, and political advocacy

OPALS – Older Persons Advocacy and Liaison Service

Provides advice, information and referral service for advocacy on issues of elder abuse or neglect, plus in-service education for care workers

Specific condition community support

Alzheimer’s Society

Provides support/information for 338 families who are coping with a family member who has Alzheimer’s

Parkinson’s Society

Provides support/information to 140 families, plus casual telephone enquires

Arthritis Foundation

Provides education/support for 243 families; handles 4,000 queries a year

Stroke Foundation

Provides support/information for about 200 families in the Western Bay of Plenty (including Tauranga)

ME Society (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome)

Provides education and support to about 100 clients in Tauranga, although most are under 65 years

Day programmes

Care and Craft programmes

Volunteer-based group providing activity programmes on Wednesdays at Arataki, Otumoetai, Greerton

Carruth Day Care Centre

Provides day care for about 30 older people every day

Papamoa Community Centre – Kauri Centre

Provides day care for older people three days a week

Whaioranga Trust

Provides day care to 30 kaumatua every day in Welcome Bay

Delivered hot meals

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