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Rotorua Hospice Events

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Memorial Service

Annual service to remember a loved one who has passed away with Rotorua Hospice

Our annual memorial service will be held on Sunday 17 March at the Novotel Rotorua for whānau and friends who have lost a loved one in the past year with Rotorua Community Hospice.

For any questions or to RSVP, please email admin@rotoruahospice.co.nz or call 07 343 6591.

Location: Novotel Rotorua

Date: Sunday 17 March 2024

Time: 1:30pm

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Palliative Care for Health Care Assistants

Key principles, practical knowledge and skills of palliative care for caregivers

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Ngā Mātāpono O Te Manaaki Wairua - Foundations of Spiritual Care

This workshop is aimed at improving your understanding and knowledge of spirituality and spiritual care.

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Syringe Driver Competency Programme

For nurses who use syringe drivers in the course of their work

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Hospice New Zealand Palliative Care Lecture Series

Different topics and speakers on the first Thursday of each month

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Memorial Service

17 March 2024

Annual service to remember a loved one who has passed away with Rotorua Hospice

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Shop 'til you drop at Hospice Shop

27 March 2024

Shopping for a great cause

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The Fundamentals of Palliative Care

Ngā Tūāpapa, o te Pairuri

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Palliative Care for Family, Whānau & Friend Carers

These sessions are designed for people caring for someone under Hospice care.

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This is Barbara's story

Don’t ever be frightened to ring Hospice and get support. They are wonderful. It’s not necessarily the end – they can help. The thing is when you’re a patient or a friend of a patient you don’t know how to deal with it. They do. That’s why I would do anything for Hospice.

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Rotorua Community Hospice Stories

Stories of the individuals who have touched our lives.