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News and Education

Photo of Arthur Te Anini in his gardenIt's never too early to start thinking about Advance Care Planning. We plan for finances, and think about insuring property and contents, so why not do the same for your future health care?

Advance care planning helps you, the important people in your life and your health care team plan for your end-of-life care.

It helps you understand what the future might hold, and to say what health care you would or would not want. This makes it much easier for everyone to understand your wishes – especially if you can no longer speak for yourself.

To find out more and to begin your Advance Care Plan, go to www.myacp.org.nz

Come along to the Navigating Dementia information session. These ninety-minute information sessions are open to anyone keen to find out more about what dementia is, what to do if you’re concerned about changes in memory or thinking, ideas for living well with dementia, and the support and resources available. 

The seminar covers

  • Assessment and diagnosis of cognitive impairment,
  • What is and what isn’t dementia,
  • How to maximise brain health and function,
  • Plus the supports and services available for people living with dementia.

Upcoming dates and venues for 2021 for Navigating Dementia information sessions are: 


Upper Hutt Library, Upper Hutt                                10 March 2021        4pm-5.30pm 

Ngake room, ASB Sports Centre, Kilbirnie               17 March 2021        6.30pm-8pm 

Petone Community House, Petone                           13 April 2021           6pm-7.30pm 

Old Mill Function Centre, 1 Kapiti Road                    18 May 2021            1pm-2.30pm


For further information contact us on 04 9722595 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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If you would like to become part of our volunteer team please contact us on 04 972 2595.

THANK YOU to the special organisations that allow us to help people living with dementia to stay active and engaged in our community. 

Without the generous funding we receive from trusts, grants, and businesses, many of our Living Well activities and education would not be available.  Click here to read more about our funders.

If you’re finding your usual round of golf is getting to be a bit too much, the Royal Wellington Golf Club offers a golf afternoon with just 9 holes and volunteer golfers to provide support. Plus there’s a light lunch to start!

Cost is $20.00. 

Please note that previous golf experience is essential

To register or find out more contact Tone at Royal Wellington Golf Club This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.