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. has developed a new Age-friendly Policy and wants your view. Make sure you have your say before January 25.
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MSD Govt NZ Dec 11
What is social connectedness and how does it affect our resilience and wellbeing? 🔖 Read our new research and find out why it’s so important.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Dec 11
Get your vote in the 2018 People's Choice Awards. Representing older kiwis is John Pullar, 68, who helped repair the damaged homes of families in Edgecumbe, after floods in April 2017.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Dec 10
Looking to retire to the Cook Islands, Niue or Tokelau? Read our story on the new legislation in the latest SuperSeniors newsletter
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SuperSeniorsNZ Dec 9
The Government has announced a new work programme to explore how to achieve full accessibility for disabled people. It will also look at how to improve accessibility for seniors as well. Great news 👍
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NZ Human Rights Commission Dec 9
Today is and the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human RIghts. Read 's, our Acting Chief Commissioner, reflection on how far we've come, and what more we need to do in New Zealand.
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MSD Govt NZ Dec 6
Wondering when your payments may come through over the festive season?🎄 Here's all you need to know about when you'll be paid, and when we're open over Christmas and the New Year
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SuperSeniorsNZ Dec 5
Does your SuperGold Card have csc on the back? You may be entitled to cheaper doctor visits as part of changes for Community Service Cardholders. Read our latest newsletter to find out more
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SuperSeniorsNZ Dec 4
What a fantastic idea!
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SuperSeniorsNZ Dec 4
Today is International Volunteer Day and a chance to thank all the amazing volunteers who give their time and effort helping others. In our latest newsletter we talk to Mary Ellen Wilson from Volunteering Canterbury
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SuperSeniorsNZ Dec 3
The December edition of the SuperSeniors newsletter is out now! It's filled with all the latest news and GoldCard offers
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SuperSeniorsNZ Dec 3
Enjoying an early Christmas spread with our friends from
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MSD Govt NZ Dec 2
Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities & to celebrate we hosted a morning tea offering a look at the new accessibility guide! More on the guide from Social Development & Disability Issues Minister ➡️ 📸🙌
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SuperSeniorsNZ Nov 29
We love Brian! This 82-year-old delivers meals in a suit and tie and has not missed a shift since he started the job in 2014.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Nov 28
In France the new service allows customers to pay for postal workers to check on their elderly relatives.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Nov 26
One in 10 people aged 65+ will experience some form of elder abuse. Find out more:
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SuperSeniorsNZ Nov 25
A trial has already led to a 20% reduction in hospital outpatient referrals and a 4% drop in emergency hospital admissions in some areas.
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Ageing Well Nov 23
Do we need to change the narrative around ageing? Our Deputy Director was featured in an article exploring this important question:
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SuperSeniorsNZ Nov 22
A nationwide test of the Emergency Mobile Alert system is happening on Sunday 25 November between 6pm and 7pm. It doesn’t matter which network you are on. Any capable phone in the target area during the broadcast period should receive the alert.
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SuperSeniorsNZ Nov 21
Office for Seniors Director, Diane Turner, is in the news this week- speaking to Ruth Gerzon in the Eastern Bay Life
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