Christchurch Retirement Villages & Rest Homes, New Zealand - services

By: Anglican Aged Care  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Rest Home, Retirement Complex

e offer a wide range of services at each of our retirement villages, designed to meet the need of residents, who may be either fully independent, semi-independent or 24-hour full care residents.

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Bishopspark Retirement Complex Services

n addition to covering external building maintenance, rates, building insurance, gardening and grounds maintenance, common lighting and heating, the services offered at Bishopspark include:

  • Range of care options available, from complete independence to full care
  • Organised activities and excursions
  • Security systems and patrol
  • Meals service available (lunch and dinner)
  • Chapel on-site for Anglican or other denominational worship
  • Communal lounge (also available to hire)
  • Carport rental available

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Fitzgerald Retirement Complex Services

ll of the residents at the Fitzgerald Retirement Complex are welcome to enjoy the following services and activities:

  • Activities and outings
  • Sunday chapel services

Other services are offered to residents as follows:

Holdsworth House Studio Units

  • Semi-independent living with meals, general cleaning, laundry and nursing supervision
  • Communal lounges
  • Physiotherapy room and hairdressing salon
  • Breakfast, tea and coffee-making facilities for residents (in their own rooms)
  • Lunch and dinner served in communal dining room
  • Personal laundry and bed-making (by arrangement)

Rest Home & Hospital

  • Physiotherapy
  • Hairdressing and laundry

Keywords: Rest Home, Retirement Complex

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Christchurch Retirement Villages & Rest Homes, New Zealand - churchill

Bush Wing (dementia unit) and Churchill Courts (rest home and studios) were evacuated by the Canterbury District Health Board in the days following the earthquake. The devastating 6.3 earthquake that hit Christchurch on 22 February has unfortunately affected the Churchill Retirement Complex significantly. Mary Armitage Villa residents have relocated also.