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Residential Care

Selwyn Village provides a full continuum of care

Kerridge rest home

Kerridge House is a 60-bed rest home with lovely grounds, a pleasant outlook from all rooms and a warm, friendly interior. Rooms have heating, wardrobes, bathrooms with heat lamps, showers and washbasins.

Kerridge also has two lounges and two activity lounges, and there are four pleasant outside ‘nooks’ with enclosed gardens. A library and coffee-making facilities are available within the house.

Services and facilities
  • every resident is provided with their own room, we encourage residents to make their room feel as homely as possible and bring their own furniture and belongings
  • we can supply basic furniture should this be needed
  • each room is heated and includes a wardrobe
  • a private phone may be installed in any room (rentals are charged to residents through Telecom)
  • Kerridge House rest home has two activity lounges and four pleasant outside ‘nooks’ with enclosed gardens
  • residents enjoy making use of the library and tea and coffee making facilities
  • Kerridge House has smoke detectors and sprinklers
  • newspapers can be delivered on request
  • appointments with the hairdresser, podiatrist, physiotherapist, dentist, optician or doctor can be arranged via reception
  • shopping can be organised at the on-site mini-market
  • all meals are prepared and cooked on site, a qualified dietitian oversees the menu and special diets are catered for
  • if guests visit for lunch or dinner, they can often be catered for
  • caregivers are onsite 24/7 along with a registered nurse
  • the village chaplain is also on hand to visit and confide in
  • Selwyn Village is fortunate to have its own medical centre with a specialist gerontologist on hand
  • visiting family members and friends are always made very welcome any time, any day

As part of Selwyn Village, Kerridge residents also have access to the wider village facilities.

For more information call us on (09) 846 0119 extn 624

Our activity coordinators and diversional therapist develop a range of activities to participate in such as:

  • weekly happy hours, reading, crosswords, bingo and inter-house quizzes
  • outings and shopping trips and walks are also organised by Selwyn staff
  • special events for Mother’s Day, Easter, St Patrick’s Day, and other such occasions are celebrated
  • activities also include art, billiards, board games, bowls, bridge, cards, classical music, concerts, craft, dancing, entertainment, exercise classes, jigsaws, mah jong, movies, music, pétanque, pool,
  • sing-alongs and Wii computer games to keep you fit and sharp

We encourage our residents and their families to make suggestions should their favourite hobby or activity not be included in the current activity list.

Room types available at Kerridge rest home

Single room and shared bathroom features:

  • standard bed
  • personal hand basin
  • shared bathroom
  • freestanding-in wardrobe 

Single room and ensuite* features:

  • larger rooms
  • standard bed
  • personal ensuite
  • built-in wardrobe 

Large single room and ensuite* features:

  • larger room
  • comfortably takes two single beds
  • personal ensuite
  • built-in wardrobes

Double room and ensuite* features:

  • large double room
  • comfortably takes two single beds
  • personal ensuite
  • built-in wardrobes

*Premium room charges for Kerridge rest home range from $25 to $45 per day (GST inclusive) as of 1 July 2023.

For more information call us on (09) 846 0119 extn 624.

Amenities in the wider village
  • gymnasium, lap pool and spa
  • theatre for attending events
  • Café on Lichfield open for lunch and dinner
  • private library and lounge area, complete with computers and free internet access
  • gift shop, mini market, opportunity shop and hair salon
  • the Chapel of Christ the King with regular worship services
  • function room with bar for private entertainment
  • cinema for viewing movies, Sky TV available in the Community Centre
  • Wellness Centre including dentist
  • on request buggy-service, for residents who require transport around the village
  • public bus service running through the village, connecting to central and eastern Auckland