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Enliven news

New pilot receives grant to support community members with early stage dementia

Enliven’s Woburn Home and Hutt City Council are piloting a new programme for people with early stage dementia, aimed at slowing the progression of the condition and keeping them engaged in community life. The two organisations are partnering to set up a volunteer buddy programme called Enliven Connect that will link trained volunteers with community…

Kilmarnock Heights Home, Wellington, to be transformed

Kilmarnock Heights Home, Wellington, to be transformed

Enliven, part of the not-for-profit organisation Presbyterian Support Central, is set to transform its Kilmarnock Heights Home site in Berhampore. The existing 40 bed rest home will be replaced with a new, purpose-built 72 bed home and 57 retirement apartments. Construction will start this year with the new home being built in front of the…

February 2017 marks the end of an era for Enliven Community Support

From 13 February 2017, Enliven Central will no longer provide in-home support services between Taranaki and Wellington. This comes after Enliven Central’s parent organisation, Presbyterian Support Central, elected to sell it’s in-home support service business to Geneva Healthcare. “In 2016 we lost the Capital and Coast and Hutt Valley DHB in-home support contracts when the DHBs…