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Elder abuse and neglect prevention

Elder abuse and neglect occurs within a relationship of trust. The victim and the abuser are people who know each other well.  Often the abuser is a member of the older person's family. Abusers can also be people employed in positions of trust – residential facility staff or paid carers.


Why you need an Enduring Power of Attorney



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Enduring Power of Attorney



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Be alert to Financial Abuse



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Positive Ageing

We believe that concern for community wellbeing is part of the ‘core business’ of local government.  We will all suffer if local bodies stop caring about people.


Volunteers are Vital

At least one-third of older New Zealanders are involved in voluntary work, te mahi aroha, bringing valuable life experience and skills.



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The Changing Face of Grandparenting



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Facing Change Together



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Physical Activity in Later Life



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After-hours Medical Care



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Cool tips for winter wellbeing



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Brushing up on teeth



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Ageing is Living Handbook Preparing for positive ageing



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Men's health promotion


Men's Health – Ignoring it won't make it better



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Steady As You Go


Steady As You Go (SAYGo)

Sixty minute classes are held each week for people 65+ in a variety of venues in Wanganui, Marton, Hunterville, Ohakune, Raetihi & Bulls.



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