Proud to provide quality residential rest home aged care, hospital and specialist dementia and palliative care for elderly and disabled New Zealander’s. Radius Care is a New Zealand owned and operated company that specialises in delivering the very best levels of Rest Home and Private Hospital care for our elderly population and our young disabled who require special care.
So when the time comes to choose a care facility for yourself or a loved one, call any one of our managers to talk about your circumstances or just drop in for a chat. They will be more than happy to answer any questions you have, and will show you around any one of our facilities.
Our vision for Radius is to deliver “good old fashioned Kiwi values and standards” back into the aged care sector and this is a commitment shared by our strong nationwide network of 20 facilities. Each of these facilities share a responsibility to provide the best levels of professional nursing care, which is delivered by our staff to over 1400 residents
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Dear Mr Cree,
Recently our mother passed away at one of your facilities, St Helena’s, in Christchurch. We feel it is important that we share some of our experiences of that time with you.
For some years Mum had suffered from dementia and had been in a secure rest home. As her dementia increased so did her aggression and unrest and eventually she needed a higher level of care. Unfortunately at that time such placements were hard to come by in Christchurch and we had no choice in the facility she was sent to.
From the outset we were very unhappy with her care and almost immediately her physical health took a downturn. We sought a new placement for her and were waiting for St Winifred’s to open their new wing when she became very unwell. We knew Mum had reached her final days but we still felt that she was not getting the care she deserved and that we wanted for her.
We sought help from the manager at St Helena’s and she was able to assist us in facilitating an urgent reassessment of Mum and her admission to St Helena’s.
Mum was in pain and we were very stressed when she was admitted to St Helena’s. Within a few short hours her pain and stress had been much relieved. The following day we all enjoyed some quality time with Mum who for a brief time was alert and lucid.
During the next few days and nights Mum and indeed our whole family received outstanding care and attention. It was impressive to watch the quite professional, but loving way our mother was cared for at all times.
We were greeted with good humour and smiles at any time of the day or night. There was always a ready offer of food or cups of tea or coffee and we were never made to feel we were in the way.
Most of all we were able to enjoy the priceless gift of a quiet few days with Mum and know she was no longer in pain. We are all so grateful for the incomparable care offered to us at this time. In the circumstances Thank You seems so inadequate.
In the last few years we have experienced the good, the bad and the ugly of aged care. The team at St Helena’s offer the exceptional.
Please convey our heartfelt gratitude to them.