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Policy to protect nations’ most vulnerable wins award  

Policy to protect nations’ most vulnerable wins award Geneva Healthcare has been awarded by the NZ Home & Community Health Association with a quality and service award for a solution that minimises risk to thousands of vulnerable New Zealanders.

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In-between Travel Agreement  

Update on in-between travel settlement and how this will affect Geneva Healthcare's Homecare Support Workers.

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World Elder Abuse Awareness Week  

    This week is World Elder Abuse Awareness week throughout New Zealand.  Respect is something we should all be giving to our elders...

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Big Numbers Expected for Annual Disability Race  

Big Numbers Expected for Annual Disability Race The annual Iris Geneva Healthcare Cruise the Bays event is happening on March 26 will see more than 100 members of the disability community race around Mission bay’s Waterfront. 

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Making cents for a good cause  

Making cents for a good cause We’ll Make Cents foundation has presented a cheque worth $700 to Women’s Refuge that will help build a children's playground at a new facility in Papatoetoe.

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Artist John Penman Paints for Charity  

Artist John Penman Paints for Charity By popular demand, John Penman’s artistic talent is on show again. John has kindly offered three of his older pieces for We'll Make Cents to sell to raise funds for playground equipment.

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Improving the healthcare experience - Change Day  

Improving the healthcare experience - Change Day

The countdown is on for thousands of New Zealanders to help change healthcare for the better and become a part of what is set to be the biggest single day of action in the New Zealand healthcare history.

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Research and assessment in person-centred arts therapy  

Research and assessment in person-centred arts therapy
Arts Therapist, Marion Gordon-Flower from Iris Rehabilitation recently presented her research paper "Research and assessment in person-centred arts therapy" at the  LASALLE/ ANZATA Symposium in Singapore. 

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2014  

International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2014 The Iris Geneva Community Living clients celebrated International Day of Persons with Disabilities with an end of year Christmas get-together that saw them “racing around the world” in an epic Amazing Race themed competition.

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Living a Full Life in Northland  

Living a Full Life in Northland

Wyniard Hohaia is an outgoing young man who at the promising age of 18 is striving to lead a full life as a contributing member of society with the support from Geneva Northlink Since leaving school, Wyniard has been gaining valuable work experience in Kaitaia with the assistance of a dedicated Support Worker

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