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Tyrepower Kerikeri supporting Hospice Mid-Northland

We are thrilled to announce that Tyrepower Kerikeri has committed to support Hospice Mid-Northland in their fundraising efforts. Dean Denize, Tyrepower Kerikeri's owner operator, last week handed ourRead more

Hospice Awareness Week

Hospice Awareness Week Monday 16th - 19th May 2019 We had 2 goals for this years Hospice Awareness Week. The first was to have as many conversations with our community about theRead more

Hospice National Campaign "Let's talk about dying"

Hospice NZ's "Lets talk about dying" campaign is aimed at communities to reclaim their familiarity with dying and reduce their worry.  It provides information about death and dying and encouragesRead more

Our Annual Golf Tournament 2019

Pictured: Winners - The Hospice Team! We are so overwhelmed with the support and success of this years annual charity golf tournament. We can tell you that the final figure raised is approximatelyRead more

Meeting Jo Seagar - Hospice Ambassador and Patron

On Wednesday Hospice Mid-Northland was thrilled to host Celebrity Chef, Author and Hospice Ambassador and Patron at our Special Time Clinic. Jo talked about her new book "Elbows on the table" and herRead more

Funds Raised by Quail Ridge Country Club Village

It was lovely to meet Sally Cottle, Quail Ridge Country Club Village Manager last Thursday. Sally came to the office with a cheque for $300 which was the proceeds from the raffle they had during theRead more

Funds Raised through Blu Heelers Fishing Competition

We were so thrilled to be the Blu Heelers Fishing Competition charity benefactor for 2018, they raised $18,679 for Hospice. The tournament was held over the 12th - 14th November. A MASSIVE heartfeltRead more

A Tale of Two Halves

The good news story is our shop window has been dressed for Daffodil Day in support of the Cancer Society. This photo doesn't do it justice. It looks amazing! Thanks to Adele and volunteer Pat Scott.Read more

Springbank School Market Day

Thank you to Dexter Badger and Samrat Gill from Springbank School for donating 25% of your stall at Springbank Market Day to Hospice Mid-Northland. Dexter and Sam had a stall selling orange juice,Read more

NZ Comedian and Hypnotist featuring at 5th Art & Collectables Auction

We are holding our 5th Annual Art & Collectables Auction at the Turner Centre on Friday 12th October 5.30-10.30pm. With amazing artworks coming from our friends at Northland Regional CorrectionalRead more
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Hospice Mid-Northland urges the Mid North Community to talk about dying

Hospices around the country are running a national campaign
to support New Zealanders to talk about death more. “We need to talk about
dying” is aimed at helping communities to reclaim their familiarity with dying
in the hope they may worry about it less.

Death seems to have become a difficult topic for a lot of
people. Many of us have lost the knowledge about what happens, what to say to
each other, and the options we have for care.

Death is a process. We tend to know what is going to happen,
and our team can support people through it. We hope that if we could talk about
it more and get more familiar with what happens, that we might all worry a bit

It’s interesting that when we become pregnant we tend to
have a birth plan – yet we don’t have anywhere near the same focus for our
death – or an exit plan. It’s time we addressed this.

Advanced care planning is one such plan – It is the process
of exploring what matters to you when thinking about end of life care and sharing
that information with your loved ones and health care team so treatment and
care plans can support your wishes.

For a link to an Advanced Care plan - please click link below


Givealittle - Helping us to help others

Hospice Mid-Northland provides all our patients with the use of vital medical equipment to ensure their comfort and safety. 
We are not funded to purchase any medical equipment.
Due to increased patient numbers we are juggling and prioritizing equipment, such as beds, pressure relieving mattresses and syringe drivers. Our replenishment plan is no longer effective with the fluctuating patient numbers and we are currently updating this. Unfortunately equipment does at times get returned broken and lately we have seen an increase in this which also adds pressure to our supply of equipment. Right now we need to purchase 2 beds plus pressure relieving mattresses and 2 syringe drivers urgently for the direct use of our patients.

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