Maples Retirement Village has operated for over 35 years as an aged care facility, and during this time has expanded from providing residential care to include modern serviced unit accommodation for semi-independent living.
A Living Environment to be enjoyed
Residents enjoy a wonderful living environment with a choice of four lounges, two dining rooms and three courtyards. All communal areas are close to rooms with easy access to gardens and connecting pathways. Because of our relatively small size, residents can easily mix with others and not feel overwhelmed or lonely. Everyone is on a first name basis, so if you are looking for a warm, friendly living environment with all the comforts of home, Maples could be just what you’re looking for.
As an Arvida village, we take care to listen and help residents to continue to enjoy the things they love to do. We also offer a one-on-one personal coaching programme that actively empowers residents to take charge of their own health and wellbeing.
Village Life at Maples
The benefit of having a qualified diversional therapist supported by an assistant allows residents to take advantage of our extensive monthly entertainment and activity program. There is something for everyone to either participate in or observe, from van outings to daily exercise, singing to listening to entertainers, craft work to housie, newspaper reading to drawingthe options are many and varied.
Maples provides modern retirement living in serviced units for people wanting a semi-independent life style as well as full rest home care and short term care (respite care).
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Maples Retirement Village units are available under the "Occupation Right Agreement" (ORA). Maples is a registered retirement village and is a full member of both the Retirement Villages Association (RVA) and the New Zealand Aged Care Association (NZACA). If you are 65 or over and you need further care, a Government allowance may be available to assist with fees in your Serviced Apartment. Work and Income New Zealand will explain the assistance available and eligibility criteria.
For all enquires on our available units and costings please contact Neville Youngman on 03 348 4362
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. I like a warm room. How is it heated?
All units have a state of the art underfloor heating system which can be regulated to suit your requirements.
2. Can I bring my pet?
Yes, but there are certain housekeeping practices which must be adhered to. This is considered on an individual basis.
3. What happens if I require Residential Care (Resthome care) do I have to move?
Provided you have been assessed by Older Persons Health as requiring Residential Care a resident can remain in their
4. Can I bring in my own furniture and bed?
Yes, we encourage all personal belongings that can easily and safely fit into the serviced unit. This includes pictures &
paintings, favourite chair/s, TV, Radio etc. We supply all bathroom and bed linen. This is included in the Care Service Fee.
5. I am still driving. Are there shops nearby and where can I park my car?
There is a choice of two shopping centres within a 2 km radius of Maples Lifecare. The Bush Inn shopping centre and
Westfield Riccarton. Residents can park their cars in the carpark which are monitored by security patrols at night.
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