This includes health, physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing, fitness and physical training, hobbies, sports activities, community care, support services eg. support for caregivers, dementia support, residential care.
A dynamic club for social seniors. The activities programme is full and varied to enhance the social, physical and mental well-being of members. Transport, lunch, lots of activities.
Social includes community support, respect and non-discrimination, inclusion, appropriate services, activities for older adults, intergenerational connection and avoiding age-segregation, neighbourhood gathering places, visiting programmes for the housebound.
AgeConnect aims to help build friendships and community connections for the over 65s across the Nelson Tasman region. Find out about the exciting events and activities for older people in the region.
Housing includes affordability, choice, warm and healthy construction, universal design in new builds, ageing-in-place, crime prevention, catering to older residents during emergencies.
Life When Renting
Advice and tools for older tenants to understand and navigate the rental market. The tools are designed for older people themselves, family members and service providers who are supporting older people, and landlords/property managers who want to support their older tenants.
Work includes paid and volunteer work, support for working longer, age-friendly employment policies, encouraging entrepreneurial activity, age-diverse workforce, encore careers, promoting volunteering opportunities.
Volunteer Nelson works to match volunteers with not-for-profit organisations. Find a volunteer opportunity that suits you.
Working after 65: some questions to consider
How we understand life after 65 is changing; for many people it is time of new possibilities and opportunities.
Information includes age-friendly communication, lifelong learning, digital literacy, accessible information.
SeniorNet Nelson is part of a community training network that supports and motivates people aged over 50 to use and enjoy computers and other technology in their everyday lives. Easy, friendly learning at a relaxed pace.
Mobility includes promotion of active transport, safe walking and cycling environments, availability of public transport, community transport services for the disabled and those with special needs, road safety and safe driving.
Nelson City Council Accessibility Report 2020
As a part of efforts to make Council accessible to all, Barrier Free Trust training was held for staff. This led to staff looking at what was available in terms of accessibility advice and putting together a simple guide.
A Nelson Tasman a door-to-door passenger transport scheme for people with mobility issues due to disability. It's designed to use regular taxi vehicles, passenger service operators, and modified taxis for wheelchair access.
Outdoors includes barrier free public spaces and buildings, access to services eg shops and amenities, safe and clean environments, accessible neighbourhoods with appropriate services, outdoor seating and shade, easy access to nature, heritage protection to preserve memories and continuity.
Whether you feel like a shorter walk closer to home or a day walk to get away from it all, it’s possible in Nelson and Stoke. Find walking routes around town, or head into the hills and forests for some heart thumping, boot stomping fun. Maps and routes.