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ADVERTISEMENT Ryman enables Jan's new lockdown routine When Jan got word from They did some realy, roally her sons that there was to be gonerous things, for example no more riding on buses, she we all recoived quite a large realised Covid-19 was about box of goodies containing tea. to drastically change life as coffee. snacks, cheese, butter. she knew it. "Initially Ihad thought it was all being overstated, until my delivery of bread, mik and sons said Mum, we think you biscuits plus we'd get our need to stop riding on buses Happy Hour goodies in a and take this threat seriously. bag quite often with a funny says Jan, who lives at Logan ittle cartoon from one of Campbell Retirement Village in Greenlane. all these pantry staples "Each week we'd got a our residents." For those who didn't have "My son in Hamilton said family members on hand to to prepare myselr for New bring grooeries to the gate, Zealand going into lookdown or who couldn't get a much and he even offored for me to sought after online shopping spend time with him there. "I would have enjoyed that but I'm pleased I stayed here toorder them through Bidfood because all of us were self. for twice weekly deliveries. isolating together," she smiles. Ryman actually introduced lookdown Jan, a former medical measures in all of its 34 New laboratory scientist. Zealand villages nearly two weeks before Level 4 was put in place nationally and had been screening visitors Day and Mother's Day which with temperature ohocks and residents woukd normally signed declarations since lato January. But with the residents dress up and dance while five times oach time. now advised to stay in their doing the doliveries which apartments it meant trips to wouldalways lighten the mood They actually became quite chats with her throe sons and making the most of Level the supermarket were off the and prompt a smile. cards as were visits withfamily and all the usual aotivities and getting into a good routine stop and have a conversation ovents put on at the villago. Thanks to the measures Ryman took, Jan quickly felt who watches tv and stays in permitted, the village staff calling before." shed made the right decision my nightie til lunchtime, I still hokd a wookly Zumba class and her three sons agreed. "They all thought I was in a good place," says Jan, who moved into the village two years ago from Wolington to lent itsolf to a socially be noarer to her family. "From the outset I felt bowling green with her fellow well supported by Ryman. residents and usually two more tv-watching than usual with the flow. And Imprepared slot. Ryman saved the day there too, allowing residents "Those sort of things Healthoare were very gonerous" says There were a few milostone datos during that time such as the Easter weokend, Anzac share with friends or family. Jan felt well supported in the Logan Campbell Retirement villago during lockdown Jan says the staff would walks a day, circling the village including the obligatory fpm to spond my money nationally as opposed to internationally Until then, she has been update and a few movies in "Those walks wore groat. the evening and the regular sociable and we'd say hollo her brother over in Australia 2 restrictions being lifted by catching up with her The key for Jan was to each other and sometimes wore highlights too. "We startod Skyping and Facetiming so that was nice. weather and I haven't done video three sons. straight away. "Tm not the sort of person and a catch up that way" When "Being able to soe my been family again has wonderful" she says the Sales Advisor Liz saya now had to be is a groat time to come into a showor, made the bed and join from their baloonios, and scrapped, inoluding visiting the village to take a look at the A few of her travel plans have got up at the same time had outside which everyone could had breakfast." The beautiful long summer with Jan able to live stream her late husband's family available apartments. hor Onehunga instructor, she in Amstordam, but Jan was able to do Zumba four remains pragmatic. distanced coffoe by the times a week "Irecognised thatlcouldn't She admits there was a bit change it and needed to go Ryman's Peace of Mind guarantees provide a little certainty in your retirement. Our affordable base weekly fee is fixed for life", the deferred management fee is capped at 20 percent, one of the lowest around, and villages provide independent and assisted living. plus a range of care options. It's just some of the ways we're pioneering a new way of living for a new retirement generation, *Some conditions apply RYMAN PIONEERS Veace of nig Superbly located in the heart of Greenlane with the best of the city close at hand, Logan Campbell Village is named in honour of a pioneering New Zealander who set the standard for others to follow. R. Call Liz for more details. LOGAN CAMPBELL VILLAGE rymanhealthcare.co.nz 187 Campbell Road, Greenlane, 636 3883 RYMAN HEALTECAEE ADVERTISEMENT Ryman enables Jan's new lockdown routine When Jan got word from They did some realy, roally her sons that there was to be gonerous things, for example no more riding on buses, she we all recoived quite a large realised Covid-19 was about box of goodies containing tea. to drastically change life as coffee. snacks, cheese, butter. she knew it. "Initially Ihad thought it was all being overstated, until my delivery of bread, mik and sons said Mum, we think you biscuits plus we'd get our need to stop riding on buses Happy Hour goodies in a and take this threat seriously. bag quite often with a funny says Jan, who lives at Logan ittle cartoon from one of Campbell Retirement Village in Greenlane. all these pantry staples "Each week we'd got a our residents." For those who didn't have "My son in Hamilton said family members on hand to to prepare myselr for New bring grooeries to the gate, Zealand going into lookdown or who couldn't get a much and he even offored for me to sought after online shopping spend time with him there. "I would have enjoyed that but I'm pleased I stayed here toorder them through Bidfood because all of us were self. for twice weekly deliveries. isolating together," she smiles. Ryman actually introduced lookdown Jan, a former medical measures in all of its 34 New laboratory scientist. Zealand villages nearly two weeks before Level 4 was put in place nationally and had been screening visitors Day and Mother's Day which with temperature ohocks and residents woukd normally signed declarations since lato January. But with the residents dress up and dance while five times oach time. now advised to stay in their doing the doliveries which apartments it meant trips to wouldalways lighten the mood They actually became quite chats with her throe sons and making the most of Level the supermarket were off the and prompt a smile. cards as were visits withfamily and all the usual aotivities and getting into a good routine stop and have a conversation ovents put on at the villago. Thanks to the measures Ryman took, Jan quickly felt who watches tv and stays in permitted, the village staff calling before." shed made the right decision my nightie til lunchtime, I still hokd a wookly Zumba class and her three sons agreed. "They all thought I was in a good place," says Jan, who moved into the village two years ago from Wolington to lent itsolf to a socially be noarer to her family. "From the outset I felt bowling green with her fellow well supported by Ryman. residents and usually two more tv-watching than usual with the flow. And Imprepared slot. Ryman saved the day there too, allowing residents "Those sort of things Healthoare were very gonerous" says There were a few milostone datos during that time such as the Easter weokend, Anzac share with friends or family. Jan felt well supported in the Logan Campbell Retirement villago during lockdown Jan says the staff would walks a day, circling the village including the obligatory fpm to spond my money nationally as opposed to internationally Until then, she has been update and a few movies in "Those walks wore groat. the evening and the regular sociable and we'd say hollo her brother over in Australia 2 restrictions being lifted by catching up with her The key for Jan was to each other and sometimes wore highlights too. "We startod Skyping and Facetiming so that was nice. weather and I haven't done video three sons. straight away. "Tm not the sort of person and a catch up that way" When "Being able to soe my been family again has wonderful" she says the Sales Advisor Liz saya now had to be is a groat time to come into a showor, made the bed and join from their baloonios, and scrapped, inoluding visiting the village to take a look at the A few of her travel plans have got up at the same time had outside which everyone could had breakfast." The beautiful long summer with Jan able to live stream her late husband's family available apartments. hor Onehunga instructor, she in Amstordam, but Jan was able to do Zumba four remains pragmatic. distanced coffoe by the times a week "Irecognised thatlcouldn't She admits there was a bit change it and needed to go Ryman's Peace of Mind guarantees provide a little certainty in your retirement. Our affordable base weekly fee is fixed for life", the deferred management fee is capped at 20 percent, one of the lowest around, and villages provide independent and assisted living. plus a range of care options. It's just some of the ways we're pioneering a new way of living for a new retirement generation, *Some conditions apply RYMAN PIONEERS Veace of nig Superbly located in the heart of Greenlane with the best of the city close at hand, Logan Campbell Village is named in honour of a pioneering New Zealander who set the standard for others to follow. R. Call Liz for more details. LOGAN CAMPBELL VILLAGE rymanhealthcare.co.nz 187 Campbell Road, Greenlane, 636 3883 RYMAN HEALTECAEE