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Older Adults

Older Adults

Stroke Foundation of New Zealand

  • Telephone 09 475 0070
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  • Address Unit 2A, 317 Sunset Road, Sunnynook, Auckland 0612
  • Postal Address PO Box 65371, Mairangi Bay, Auckland 0754
  • Regions Served North Shore, Rodney, Waitakere
Overview
Dedicated to reducing incidence of stroke and improving treatment outcomes Community Stroke Advisors are available to work with stroke survivors, their family, whanau and carers. Their role ensures people achieve the best possible outcome after stroke. Service is free. Stroke Clubs unite people affected by stroke and provide social occasions for stoke survivors - please contact the Stroke Foundation for details.

Surrogate Grandparents New Zealand Charitable Trust

  • Telephone 021 288 8875
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  • Address 14 Brookvale Park, Stanmore Bay, Whangaparaoa, Auckland, 0932
  • Regions Served North Shore, Rodney, Waitakere, Other Auckland areas
Overview
Surrogate Grandparents is the bridge that connects generations. Social isolation and loneliness are serious issues in New Zealand on a daily basis and not just for our older generations. By connecting families with surrogate grandparents and grandparents with our children; we can fight social isolation and loneliness. Working together, New Zealand can be a more caring and connected nation.

The Hope Foundation

  • Telephone 021 348 438
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  • Postal Address PO Box 125192, St Heliers, Auckland 0744
  • Regions Served North Shore, Rodney, Waitakere, Other Auckland areas
Overview
The Hope Foundation for Research on Ageing is a non-Government funded Charitable Trust to prepare NZ for an ageing future. Our primary activity is funding scholarships for post-graduate students during reseach on ageing. Leaders in and resource funding of people doing research on ageing Disseminate research-based information about the effects of ageing on individuals and society Developed pool of researchers in NZ. Influence decision makers to improve the quality of life for ageing New Zealanders

The Salvation Army Senior Services Programme

  • Telephone 09 478 7567
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  • Address 90 Rosedale Road, Albany, Auckland 0632
  • Postal Address PO Box 35316, Browns Bay, Auckland 0753
  • Regions Served North Shore
Overview
The Senior Services Programme provides volunteer friendship support for older adults living in the community, either at home or in Rest Homes.  Senior Services aims to reduce loneliness/social isolation and improve quality of life.  The Coordinator may also offer advocacy or advice if appropriate.

Treasuring Older Adults Pacific Inc (TOA)

  • Telephone 09 276 4596
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  • Address 214 Great South Road Otahuhu, Auckland, 1640
  • Postal Address PO Box 22754, Otahuhu, Auckland, 1640
  • Regions Served North Shore, Waitakere, Other Auckland areas
Overview
Treasured Older Adults, Aiga Carers, and Pacific Families are safe, have enhanced Wellbeing are valued and their rights are actively promoted and upheld.

Widows & Widowers Association of NZ

  • Telephone 09 479 6042
  • Regions Served North Shore
Overview
Caring and friendship, guest speakers at coffee mornings and indoor bowls. Men especially welcomed. For further details please contact Judith on 09-479 6042
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