Age Concern New Zealand
Also listed under Disability Support, Abuse and Neglect Prevention Services and Advocacy sections of the Directory.
Age Concern is a national advocacy organisation promoting the well-being, rights, respect and dignity for older people. Age Concern have offices throughout New Zealand. and confidential support, advocacy and information services for older people. Services include: Education for people working with and caring for older people, public awareness-raising activities aimed at early identification and prevention of elder abuse or neglect, Accredited Visiting Service and administer the Total Mobility Scheme.
Contact details of regional Age Concern offices.
Age Concern Auckland
57 Rosebank Road
Phone: 09 820 0184
Age Concern Counties Manukau
Cambria Park Homestead
250 Puhinui Road
Additional services include: Counselling, Health Promotion and Handyman Fieldworker service for the Manukau region.
Phone: 09 279 4331 ext. 800
Age Concern North Shore
177B Shakespeare Road
Phone: 09 489 4975
Age Concern Rodney
Unit JA2 Westpac Plaza
Phone: 09 426 0916
Health promotion for older people in New Zealand
Phone: 09 489 4975
Provides you with information about services for older people in New Zealand.
Where from here booklet.
This Eldernet publication provides an overview of services for older people in New Zealand. Contact us to obtain your free copy from ILS.
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