So what’s new?

South Waikato News - - OPINION / KI O¯KU NEI WHAKAARO -

As you walk through the state of the art fa­cil­ity this week­end, you will see Rangiura missed noth­ing.

The up­grade is stage one of three, which saw 11 new bed­rooms with en­suites, a new lounge and dining area and two new sluice rooms.

The café, hair­dressers and spa treat­ment room re­ally are the ic­ing on the cake in the new devel­op­ment. Flat screen tele­vi­sions and ac­cess to in­ter­net are a sign of the fu­tur­is­tic ap­proach the de­sign team took.

“We need to meet the chang­ing de­mand…It’s made for the baby boomers be­cause we’re the ones who are go­ing to need th­ese ser­vices even­tu­ally,” stated Henry.

And there is even a cherry on top.

“One of the high­lights of the new edi­tion is we’ve in­stalled [elec­tronic] ceil­ing hoists in all bed­rooms,” Henry said. “The hoists re­ally are a sig­nif­i­cant in­vest­ment how­ever they pro­vide greater com­fort for res­i­dents and a safer work­ing en­vi­ron­ment for all the staff. This is a unique fea­ture of Rangiura.”

Res­i­dents, and the wider com­mu­nity will also be able to en­joy a fully func­tion­ing café, and we hope to en­cour­age other or­gan­i­sa­tions and lo­cal busi­nesses to use this spe­cial fa­cil­ity.

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