Memory Care

The Best Dementia Care In Auckland

St Andrew’s Village has provided specialised care to residents with dementia and Alzheimer’s for over 20 years.

Our three separate memory care units, Henry Campbell, Stirling and Braemar are specifically designed to meet the special needs of those with dementia.

The recent refurbishment of Henry Campbell now provides distinct reminiscent areas and different colour schemes to assist with resident orientation.

The three memory care units all have external gardens for the residents to enjoy, as well as an open-plan dining room and lounge areas allowing for activities and entertainment such as music therapy.

Residents enjoy bus trips and visits to places of interest. Trained in dementia care, staff working across our three memory care units value ‘their’ residents, who are treated with dignity and respect.

Our philosophy of care promotes a "home from home" environment where residents can get involved in daily living activities such as making breakfast, helping in the kitchen, and feeding pets.




Care When You Need It Most

Respite allows caregivers to take a break or holiday. Usually, it is short term for approximately 1-2 weeks.

Respite care is also available to those in need of care after hospital treatment before returning to their communities or the retirement village.

For further information please contact: Francis Gacad 09 585 4018


Palliative Care

Dignity And Compassion

Palliative care is available to all residents of the Care Centre as the need arises.

Palliative care is personally planned to meet the needs of the residents and their families.

We have a pastoral care team who visit on a regular basis and can be contacted at times of need.

Three dedicated palliative care beds are also available at Dove Wing. These beds are managed in conjunction with Dove Hospice.

Staff work with Dove Hospice to provide therapies, fresh flowers and counselling as required.

For further information please contact:
Francis Gacad (Admissions Manager)
09 585 4018


Care Centre

Personalised Care

Residents share communal living spaces where participation and stimulation is encouraged in the form of daily outings and activities.

Our trained staff promote independence as long as possible. Varying levels of care are available to residents as their care requirements evolve over time.

The Care Centre is well resourced and residents have access to our physiotherapy department.

Our highly trained, long-standing staff members build relationships with residents and their families. We also pride ourselves on comprehensive consultations with families so they feel informed and involved.

Our pastoral care team visit residents regularly on request and multi-denominational church services are provided at our chapel, when covid restrictions allow.