Aged-care is in WW2 Barracks

Frail vulnerable Fijian elderly in aged-care reside in the NZ soldiers accommodation barracks built during WW2.

Rest home, hospital, dementia, psychiatric residents live in men’s and woman’s dormitories.

Some have lived here for 30-years, as their disabilities have not been able to be either supported by their family members or they have no family.

The dedicated staff care for them with scarce resources and Golden Oldies annually visit and encourage this work with the gifts they donate.

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