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    August 9, 2018
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ADVERTORIAL Good enough for Mum Making the move into a care centre, whether it is resth ome, hospital or dementia care can seem bke a daunt ing experience for you or your family Circumstances can change unexpectedly, or perhaps this is something that you or your family have been considering for some time, Whatever the cireumstance, important deci sons need to be made. The earing team at Jean Sandel Retirement Village ed by Clnical Man Teresa Jurkiewicz, I stand the importance of get ting those decisions right from the very They are ready to listen to yuget to know you and advise on the best possible options for yo or your loved one This is the time to tell us about what you want for your Mum or Dad. It's an opportunity to talk to us about how you feel and ho Jean Sandel clinical team: (from left) Hospital Coordinator Patricia Mckee, Special Care Coordinator Kavitha Sukumat, Clinical Manager Teresa lurkiewicz and Resthome Coordinator Nicky Morse. says Teresa. importance of communica break and the resident can relatives are encouraged to village has xelent Th linical staff are a tion. Even if it's just a smal enoy socialising with others, contact the village anytime, staff to resident thing if it's important to you- it's important to usget to know the village. either by meeting witha member, phoning or The village's primary care sy residents don't feel rashed. ported by an experienced operations team where they are offered con Ryma The team work hard to State of-the-art technolo emailing the village tem also ensures wherever the posiblens idents enycoti focus onpeoiding excellent gy hasnowbeen rolled out in care. "We ae working the care centre with the ex- importance of having close n together tooter your family member the very best ofare. cation, which is accessible on says the village has a good someone new every day Teresa stresses nuity with their caregivers, so tining education, mentor- clusive mRsman care appli- ties with thecommin ty and the, don't have tort to know ingand leadership skills Ryman's core philosopy of care being at the heart of This is a time to not only ordinators provide residents everything they do, and that scheduled shopping it's got to be good enough trips, coffee outings, Triple A for Mum, or Dad, is The village offers resth a tablet located in every resi relationship with the hospice. Specialised activities co ome, hospital and dementia care as well as respite care. dent's room. myRyman has revolu care for the resident, but to w Pamily members can tonised the way nurses and support their families. relax and enjoy peace of caregivers manage care beTe care centre is exercise classes, music and demmonstrated beautifully at mind knowing they can go cause they are able to update designed with the residents' many more activities on holiday, and their relative their reoords in real time as comfort and care asa Residents and families lean Sandel The cultare of kindness is for evident from the welcoming l enjoy the best of care in they are caring for residents priority. Residents enjoy are welcome to enjoy the the village. day care is also provided in priority with resident and as spaciosnes, vllage, with seats along the conversations an in ow regular caregivers with a every six onths and outdoor spaces. in their private rooms vate rooms and ensuites, maculately for Along with respite care, Communication is a high lovely outlooks as well gardens that surround the smileson arival, the friendly glorious moantain vie family by name. Serviced Apartment, Resthome, Hospital & Dementia Care Open Afternoon Sunday 19 August, 1-4pm To find out more please phone @ 71Bamenemnd, New P20 uth lean Sa del 71 Barrett Road, New Phymouth