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Around 75 per cent of facilities providing residential care for older people will get an increase in government funding from 1 December 2001, Associate Health Minister Ruth Dyson said today.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Good afternoon and thank you for inviting me here today to speak to you about the Government’s vision for the care and support of older people.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Around 75 per cent of facilities providing residential care for older people will get an increase in government funding from 1 December 2001, Associate Health Minister Ruth Dyson said today.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Thank you for inviting me to speak to you this evening about the New Zealand Disability Strategy. I must say it is a pleasure to be speaking on a topic other than rugby injuries, which have rather dominated my attention over the last 24 hours.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Disability Issues

Kia ora koutou katoa. Good afternoon.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Good morning and welcome to New Zealand, to the 17th Alzheimers Disease International Conference. I hope you have slept well and your body clocks are beginning to adjust to our time zone.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Good afternoon and thank you for inviting me to speak at this forum. I bring warm greetings from my colleagues Trevor Mallard, Paul Swain and Mahara Okeroa.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Disability Issues

Good morning, welcome, and thank you for inviting me to open your conference.

You've got an excellent line-up of speakers over the next three days, and I'm sure you are going to be stimulated and challenged by them.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Good morning and thank you for inviting me to speak to you today. I bring warm greetings from my colleagues Mark Peck and Mahara Okeroa. And I congratulate Tim Shadbolt for being re-elected unopposed as your mayor!

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Disability Issues

Good afternoon and thank you for inviting me to speak to you today. I bring warm greetings from my colleagues Pete Hodgson, David Benson-Pope and Mahara Okeroa.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Disability Issues

The government has committed $2.9 million to provide modified homes in the community for former residents of the Kimberley Centre and Braemar Hospital, Housing Minister Mark Gosche and Disability Issues Minister Ruth Dyson announced today.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Disability Issues

Good morning and thank you for the invitation to open your annual conference.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Social Development and Employment

Good morning. Welcome to New Zealand, to the 7th Helen Keller World Conference and the founding General Assembly of the World Federation of Deafblind People.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Disability Issues

New government funding for deafblind services is the first official recognition that deafblind people have unique support needs, Disability Issues Minister Ruth Dyson said today.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Disability Issues

Government supports deafblind services

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Disability Issues

Good afternoon and thank you for inviting me to speak at your annual conference.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Disability Issues

I am delighted to have been invited here tonight to open this auction – not only because of the calibre of works that are up for sale, and the impressive line-up of artists who have got behind this event, but also because of the cause that it is support

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Social Development and Employment

Good morning and thank you for the invitation to speak at your annual conference. I am delighted that you are holding it in Christchurch, and I hope you get a chance, in the midst of all your hard work, to enjoy my favourite city.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Social Development and Employment

Health service provision for older people must change significantly to meet the demands of New Zealand's ageing population, Associate Health Minister Ruth Dyson said today.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Culturally appropriate health services are needed to care for the rapidly increasing number of older Pacific peoples, Associate Health Minister Ruth Dyson said today.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Culturally appropriate health services are needed to care for the rapidly increasing number of older Maori, Associate Health Minister Ruth Dyson said today.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Good morning. I am delighted to be here today to launch the draft of the Health of Older people Strategy, which is to be sent out for consultation to key people and organisations with an interest in older people's health.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Health service provision for older people must change significantly to meet the demands of New Zealand's ageing population, Associate Health Minister Ruth Dyson said today.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Health

Good morning, welcome to Wellington, and thank you for inviting me back to speak at your AGM.

  • Ruth Dyson
  • Disability Issues