Manukau Courier : March 3rd 2011
4 MANUKAU COURIER, MARCH 3, 2011 NEWS SUNDAY 13TH MARCH 2011 START TIME 9.30AM rOunD THe BaYs PORTS OF AUCKLAND www.roundthebays.co.nz ENTER NOW! SUPPORTING THESE GREAT CHARITIES ELMWOOD LIFESTYLE CARE & VILLAGE: 131 Hill Road, Manurewa 2105 PH (09) 269 0750 www.oceanialiving.co.nz www.facebook.com/OceaniaGroup 23 brand new retirement villas located in one of Auckland's most established and popular villages. CALL TODAY FOR AN INFO PACK: Helen Kingi, Sales and Village Manager Phone: (09) 268 5689 | Mobile: (021) 278 0026 | Email: email@example.com 1-BEDROOM VILLAS AVAILABLE FOR $280,000 2-BEDROOM VILLAS AVAILABLE FROM $360,000 These new homes are set among lovely landscaped grounds. We have incorporated LifemarkTM design principles in the construction of these villas. Interior features include light and spacious open plan living, ensuited master bedroom with walk-through wardrobe, single car garage with built-in laundry and quality chattels and fittings throughout. Due for completion late May 2011. OG1345 23 NEW VILLAS UNDER CONSTRUCTION Choosing to move to a retirement village can be a difficult decision. However with the quality of lifestyle, companionship and care available at Elmwood Village, you can feel reassured. We offer a wonderful range of facilities and activities on site, our staff are highly trained, caring and friendly people, and we enjoy a superb location, just 5 minutes off the Southern Motorway, across the road from the Auckland Botanical Gardens. All senior living options are provided for here at Elmwood (from independent and assisted living through to rest home and 24-hour hospital care) and residents receive priority entry should health needs change. Group studies social services By MELISSA KINEALY A new group is holding a magnifying glass up to the community to improve social support services. The Auckland South Community Response Forum was one of 14 set up by the government across the country to transform the way social support services are delivered.. And since December it's been meeting with the community and asking if people know what family and com- munity support services are available and whether they're working and meeting needs. The forum's made up of community members Sandra Alofivae, Gaelle Deighton, Chris King, Peter O'Brien, Diane Maloney and Karyn McLeod who are working with government agency representatives from Counties Manukau Dis- trict Health Board, police, Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs, Te Puni Kokiri and Ministry of Social Development. Ms Maloney says the group's looking at specific service gaps in particular areas of the community and is talking about how services can work. In a short space of time we are trying to meet as many people as we can.'' The group's had meetings in Otahuhu, Manurewa -- with a focus on Randwick Park and Wiri and Rata Vine -- and Papakura, she says. We are here to ask the communities how the services are going.'' Forum members are listening to recommen- dations and hope to improve the way programmes are run. They aim to work with local boards. Go to www.family services.govt.nz for more information.
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