Kaumātua - Seniors
Every three years Te Taiwhenua o Heretaunga hosts the inaugural Matariki Living Taonga Awards, calling on the community of Ngati Kahungunu to nominate people who are leading by example through their work and activities.
Below is the video production of the 2018 award ceremony with many kaumātua from the community being presented with awards.
High quality, low cost healthcare for the whole whānau at our award-winning Medical Centre. We offer free GP visits for all enrolled whānau under-25. Then it’s only $16 a visit.
To find out more about how our medical teams can support you, go to Free GP
Please note, enrolments at Hauora are subject to availability.
Kaumātua Ora is a programme designed specifically for our seniors. Fortnightly hui include health checks, gentle exercise, outings and social events.
Kaumātua enrolled in our Kaumātua Ora programme have an opportunity to participate in the Stanford Live Well programme. This is a six-week course that enables each participant to set themselves a goal and gain the skills to live with a long-term health condition.
We all want to be healthy and happy, but sometimes life gets in the way and we need a bit of support .
We have teams of qualified professional staff who work holistically with whānau, to help them work toward wellbeing.
To find out more, go to Wellbeing
Supreme Care Home Support
You deserve to get the most out of life. Maintain your independence with a home care package tailored to your own needs.
Ask for Supreme Care.
We specialise in
- Personal Care
- Palliative care
- Home management
- Daily living support
- Medical, disability or accident
- Short-term or long-term
- Open to clients of all ages, by referral from a GP
- Available in Wairoa, Napier, Hastings, Central Hawke’s Bay
Te Whare Āhurutanga is a modern, architecturally-designed, 11-bedroomed house with shared living spaces, and a housekeeper who provides all the meals.
Based on the internationally-successful Abbeyfield model, Te Āhurutanga offers high quality accommodation for Kaumātua who are still independent but would benefit from the support of shared living, companionship, warmth and security.
For whānau, this arrangement brings peace of mind, knowing their kaumātua are wellcared for.
If you’d like to know more, phone 06 871 5350 and ask for the Corporate Services Office Manager.
I need to talk to someone confidentially.
We have many ways to help you, ranging from a friendly chat to counselling or therapies, clinical consultations or community support and care.
Ph 0800 TAIWHENUA or 06 871 5350.
If you’d like to know more about any of these programmes, phone 0800 TAIWHENUA or 06 871 5350. Ask for our Registration Centre, Te Wairatahi.