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Flora’s Story – Independence at 100 Years Old

I’m 100 years old. I used to be a nurse then, once my family grew old up, I was in hospital administration. Thanks to Visionwest, I’m still in my own unit. It makes me feel so good to still have that independence. Flora has been a Visionwest Home Healthcare client for...

Matariki 2022 – Te Tau Hou Māori – The Māori New Year

Happy Matariki to everyone. Signalling New Year, Matariki is a time of renewal and celebration in Aotearoa New Zealand that begins with the rising of the Matariki star cluster and the rising of a new moon. A number of the team from our Glen Eden campus and members of...

Visionwest Wins at the Westpac Auckland Business Awards

Having enjoyed success at the North-West zone Westpac Business Awards earlier this year, Visionwest have now taken out the Excellence in Strategy and Planning Award at the Auckland-Wide event. We were also finalists in the Supreme Business Excellence Award. The award...

National Volunteer Week 2022 – Rajeev’s Story

More than one million people across Aotearoa volunteer for an organisation, contributing $4 billion to the economy. Much more happens within communities and informally between people. 15 – 22 June 2022 is National Volunteer Week At Visionwest we are fortunate to have...

Andrea’s Housing Story – Hope for the Future

What makes all the difference with Visionwest is the wraparound services that are provided. If a housing tenant needs budgeting, they can get budgeting, if they need food, there’s food support available, same with counselling. Everything you need to make a go of it is...

Karen’s Story of Independence – Life is for Living

It keeps me independent because I’m able to do the things I need to accomplish in a shorter period of time and then get out and be a part of the things I really want to be a part of. Karen is talking about the independence that comes from having Visionwest Home...

Gwenda and Robin’s Housing Story – Support When it was Needed Most

My dream is that we might receive a miracle regarding Robin’s health. We are certainly open to that but I’m also realistic. Beyond that, my hope is that I can keep Robin at home as long as I possibly can. I don’t want him having to be put into care but, for him to...

Barbarah’s Story – Home is Where the Memories are

As newlyweds, Barbarah and her husband moved to Tauranga to build a home for themselves, start a family, enjoy the quieter pace of life and build memories. Barbarah’s husband joined the police force. Within a few years they had three children but, sadly, Barbarah’s...

Visionwest’s Response to Budget 2022.

On May 19th, the Government released its 2022 Budget which included a number of initiatives to help vulnerable whānau in our communities. Many of these initiatives focus on a proactive strategy to recover from the effects of COVID. Within the community services...

Angeline’s Story – Life under the Visionwest Umbrella

“Visionwest is like an umbrella for me. When a storm comes along, Visionwest is there. If I need someone to talk to, Visionwest is there. If I have a question or have any problems, my Visionwest support navigator is there ... one of my goals is to do the Unitec Social...
Flora’s Story – Independence at 100 Years Old

Flora’s Story – Independence at 100 Years Old

I’m 100 years old. I used to be a nurse then, once my family grew old up, I was in hospital administration. Thanks to Visionwest, I’m still in my own unit. It makes me feel so good to still have...