Kalandra Education Group News

Published on 10th May 2018

People do best and are happiest when they are in their own environment. "Aging in place" lets people keep their independence. And homes can also be designed to adapt to the age and stage of their residents. Homes that meet design requirements like widened doors and hallways, living areas with space to manoeuvre wheelchairs, and showers with level entries, can be awarded the Lifemark, certifying the house as accessible and functional for a range of people. This saves money on retrofitting homes t

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Published on 30th April 2018

One of the nation's largest retirement village operators is planning to open a new Hawke's Bay operation that will also provide specialist care for people with dementia.

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Published on 27th November 2017

Kalandra started almost eighteen months ago and of course events and developments always initiate a response, so this is the update for you.

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