Radius Kensington is a light, airy facility that integrates rest home, hospital, dementia, young disabled, palliative and respite care. Single-storeyed with a family-friendly atmosphere, wide hallways open into lounges that provide a comfortable place for residents to enjoy. Our rooms are bright and spacious, and a number have their own ensuites with showers; some bedrooms open straight out to one of our five internal courtyards, which feature raised garden beds and sheltered places to sit and enjoy the outdoors. Visiting hours ensure family and friends can spend as much time with loved ones as possible, and remain an integral part of their life. Our residents are treated as part of our family; it’s important to us that all residents feel at home at Radius Kensington, and feel safe, respected and valued.
We have a dedicated activities coordinator. All our residents thoroughly enjoy planned excursions such as picnics, fish ‘n chips on the beach, and outings in our facility van, we also have the opportunity to visit other Radius sites in Hamilton Glaisdale and St Joan’s and share activities to meet resident’s social needs.
- GP service
- 24 hour RN cover
- Preventive Care
- Chaplaincy Services
- Regular Entertainment & Outings
- In house activities program
- Beauty Therapy/Manicures
Rest Home Care
Our rest homes cater to those who are mostly independent but may require some assistance with personal care and general day-to-day activities.
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.
I joined Radius Care in 2020, first as a Clinical Nurse Manager and now as a Facility Manager.
I am a qualified international nurse from the southern part of India (Kerala). After earning my NZ Nursing registration in 2010, I entered the aged care world to explore my passion for looking after the elderly.
Within the aged care sector, you can make a huge difference; you can improve their quality of life, help them enjoy their days, and spread some happiness, which is priceless. Getting up to work is much easier when you know that what you do positively impacts the community.
Outside of the office, I love gardening and playing cricket and volleyball. I am an avid biker and obsessed with my Royal Enfield motorcycle.