Radius Hawthorne is located on a quiet, tree-lined cul-de-sac bordering the Christchurch suburbs of Fendalton and Ilam. Our refurbished hospital and dementia care facility provides ‘round-the-clock care for those who can no longer manage entirely on their own.
Residents requiring hospital-level care are accommodated across two wings, with a number of the rooms having an ensuite and kitchenette. Sunlight streams through the large windows and doors, allowing plenty of natural light and access to our beautifully landscaped, award-winning gardens. We also have two secure dementia wings, each with a protected garden area, furniture and shades. For peace of mind, CCTV has been installed in this area.
At Radius Hawthorne our aim is to make life as fulfilling as possible for each individual resident. We encourage our residents to remain active, helping them pursue their hobbies and passions, while also providing some of life’s little luxuries. When you choose to make Hawthorne your home, we’ll make your complete wellbeing a priority—that’s why we offer more than just medical care.
- GP service
- 24 hour RN cover
- Preventive Care
- Chaplaincy Services
- Regular Entertainment & Outings
- In house activities program
- Beauty Therapy/Manicures
- Clothing alterations
Hospital level care is provided for those residents who have a significant disability and medical concerns.
For residents with dementia we offer specifically targeted services, specialist staff and secure environments to ensure maximum wellbeing and safety at all times.
Short-term stays, or respite care services, are available to those who are unwell (eg, recovering from an illness or hospital stay) or who simply are in need of extra support.
For those nearing the end of their lives, specialist medical services and clinical staff are available to meet ongoing comfort and care requirements.
Young Disabled Care
Young Physically Disabled (YPD) care is available in certain locations, for those under 65 who require assistance with self-care, mobility and/or communication.
Originally from Otago, Jacqui has over 10 years’ experience in aged care management roles. A career change from banking to nursing, led Jacqui into the Aged Care sector sparking a passion for working with senior people. She enjoys the team environment, the variety – no day is ever the same! – and being able to make a difference in the life of older people. She also loves the stories that residents share.
Jacqui holds a Bachelor in Nursing, is a Registered Nurse, and has undertaken professional development in a range of areas including dementia education and cultural competency.
Outside of work, Jacqui is very close to her family and spends her evenings and weekends enjoying family life.