… about services for older people in New Zealand. It includes a nationwide database directory and information about: community groups and organisations, retirement and lifestyle villages and living, home help services, respite care and short term options, aged care services, rest homes, residential care, private hospitals, dementia care, public hospitals and other services for seniors.
Age ConcernCommitted to promoting wellbeing, rights, respect and dignity for older people.…
In Waikato, there are several ways your ACPlan can be attached to your hospital medical health record.
GP practices can upload ACPlans to your Hospital record
Outpatient Hospital Clinics can upload ACPlans to your Hospital record
Aged Care Facilities can upload ACPlans to your Hospital record
Hospice Waikato can upload ACPlans to your Hospital record
It is very important to keep a copy for yourself and discuss with your loved ones / people who matter to you and your EPOA, wh…
Health profiles provide data and information related to identified health priority areas and priority population groups in the Waikato DHB region.
The Youth Wellbeing ProfileDesigned to inform and further enhance the work of Public Health in education settings. It will be used to guide the understanding of health and wellbeing among young people aged 13-24 years in the Waikato DHB region.
The objectives of this profile are to:
identify the strengths of Waikato-based youth
… in partnership with nurse educators and coordinators from Professional Development Unit. All education initiatives delivered by the Professional Development Unit are open to external applicants from the nursing community in the Waikato region (such as Aged Care, Practice Nurses etc.), unless flyers/calendar specifies “target audience Waikato DHB staff only”.
Some of our education initiatives are also facilitated by the use of Telehealth, so that rural nurses can remain at their home base and i…
Crisis Assessment and Home Treatment Service (CAHT)
Ph: 0800 505 050
Address: 193 London Street, Hamilton
24/7 and for self-presentations
8am - 4.30 pm
Provides a single point of entry for all acute and non-acute mental health issues. This service is available all day and every day and anyone who calls will be referred to the appropriate treatment or support service. Can be through referrals from GP, family, friends or by self.