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The Fencing of Swimming Pools Act was introduced to protect young children from the danger of drowning.
The Council has 112 units in Kaiapoi, Oxford, Rangiora and Woodend for people over 65 with limited means.
You can share your views about the Council's plans and projects by making a submission.
The Waimakariri District Council is one of the largest employers in the Waimakariri District and has become an employer of choice.
Now that the Waimakairiri Age Friendly Plan has been adopted by Council we are looking for people to join our Advisory Group. This is a voluntary position and if you are:
Please send your EOI to email@example.com by Monday 28 October, or call her on 0880965 468.
In your EOI we would like you to tell us about:
We would also like contact names and details of two referees.
Here are the Terms of Reference for the group that provide more detailed information.
Waimakariri – He Hoa Ahakoa Ōu Tau the Waimakariri Age–friendly Plan 2019-2021 was adopted by the Community & Recreation Committee of Council on Tuesday 17 September. The plan provides a means for residents, community groups, businesses, Council and Government agencies to build a more age-friendly District. You can read the plan here:
Waimakariri – He Hoa Ahakoa Ōu Tau the Waimakariri Age–friendly Plan 2019-2021
Also adopted by the Community & Recreation Committee of Council is the Terms of Reference to establish an Age-friendly Advisory Group to Council. This group will oversee the implementation of the plan and provide a mechanism for age-friendly opportunities and concerns to be reported to Council.
Terms of Reference
The initial results of the survey are now available here.
Age Friendly Survey Report (pdf, 3.1 MB)
The final age-friendly consultation took place at the Rangiora RSA on 28th February, the same day we launched a district wide survey. We are very pleased to report that 373 surveys were returned - 119 online and the rest in hardcopy. We are indebted to steering group members, other community agencies, rest homes and council staff for distributing and promoting the survey. A big thank you from the steering group and myself, for giving your time to help with this.
We have also had great community support to host the consultations, most recently at the Urban Revival Café at Silverstream and the Rangiora RSA. Thank you to the staff there who went out of their way to ensure we had everything we needed, and also provided catering.
The survey information will be collated and provide a report, along with all the material gathered from the 5 consultation workshops. That data will be considered to develop priorities for a 3 year action plan to assist Waimakariri to become a more age-friendly District. We will be comparing what people told us is important to act on, with what is already underway or being planned (for example new accessible toilets). This plan will go to Council for consideration in early May, then to the Office for Seniors.
Some of the key priorities identified by participants at the workshops were:
Transport (strongly linked with accessibility, inclusion, health)
Accessibility (also strongly linked with inclusion)
Communication and information (strongly linked with connection, safety, inclusion)
Health (strong link with transport options)
Connection and inclusion
If you are interested in supporting the Age-friendly plan, please give me a call!