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Services to help you

Make the most of life

At KZN Care Association we really do live up to our promise of ‘Helping Hands and Caring Hearts’. Our range of services is designed to help elderly and disabled people live life to the full.

old age home

Old age home

We cater for all levels of elderly people - from fit and active independent people able to live independently, to those requiring assisted living, frail or semi frail care.

Care of the disabled

HOme for disabled children

We also care for under 60s with various physical and mental disabilities, as well as children and young adults who have severe cerebral palsy and require 24 hour nursing care. Most of these children have been abandoned, and have been placed in our care by the State. 

Social services

social services

Qualified social workers are on hand to offer advice and practical help on all aspects of elders' wellbeing. We respond to reports of neglected, abandoned, abused and destitute old people.

Clinic

Clinic

On site clinic provides services such as blood pressure testing, monitoring of blood sugar levels, wound care and dressing and other primary health services.

Nursing training

Nursing training

Situated on the premises, the KZNCA Nursing College produces skilled, compassionate and well tranined nurses and carers, who have the benefit of hands on practical experience within the Home.

Shop

Thrift shop

Our second hand shop sells clothing, linen, books, jewellery, crockery, cutlery, kitchen appliances and furniture at bargain prices. Convenient and affordable, the shop is very popular with our residents.

Meals

Every day, we prepare and serve 750 meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner for 250 residents) to elderly and disabled residents who are unable to cook for themselves.

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Auxilliary Services

We provide numerous other services to ensure that our residents are able to live life to the full – such as transport to local shopping centres, outings and hospital appointments; a hairdressing service; church services and an active social club.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

We would like to thank you so much for the dignified send off for our Mother today. We are totally heartbroken, as you know, but feel very uplifted to see the effort you put into today´s service. Words cannot express our gratitude.

Cheryl Thring

FAMILY MEMBER

Thank you much for caring for me for the last week. I can only commend you for the nursing care. Nurses helped me spontaneously and eagerly, even when not asked. Special thanks to Sr Webb and Staff Nurse Pillay for their extreme patience. Thank you and God bless.

Mrs Jarvis

RESIDENT

I want to thank Jennie, Paula, Sandra and staff of Robert Storm. They gave up their time and had to be away from their families to take care of us during Covid-19. You all deserve a medal for your hard work. Thank you for keeping us well and safe during this lockdown. God bless and stay safe.

Mr Cunliffe

RESIDENT

I am really grateful to KZNCA for the care my mum received. Nurse Nobomi was amazing last night with her treatment of mum and the family.

Roxanne Tucker

FAMILY MEMBER

Nurse Sindy from Robert Storm was fantastic. She pampered me like I was in a private hospital.

Mr Adams

RESIDENT

My sister has improved so much at Hepburn House, I cannot believe this is the same person! It’s her environment that has given  her the will again. I am eternally grateful to Zethu and Sr Kathi and their amazing team. I wish I could give them each a big hug. I thank God for letting me find you guys.

Lisa Coleman-Louis

FAMILY MEMBER

I want to say a massive, huge, heartfelt ‘thank you’ to you, Sandra for absolutely everything you have done for my Mum and Dad and for being so good to them – and for being there for me too at the times when I needed the support. Your job never ends and your ‘extra mile’ is always 1000 miles. On behalf of all my family, I salute you.

Kat Tanowsky

FAMILY MEMBER

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Established in 1949, the KZN Care Association (formerly Natal Settlers Memorial Homes) cares for 354 elderly adults – ranging in ability from fit and active to frail, mentally and physically disabled – as well as children and young adults severely affected by cerebral palsy.

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Established in 1949, the KZN Care Association (formerly Natal Settlers Memorial Homes) cares for 354 elderly adults – ranging in ability from fit and active to frail, mentally and physically disabled – as well as children and young adults severely affected by cerebral palsy.

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