Covid-19 Update 1 September

At 11.59pm on 31 August 2021 we entered COVID-19 Alert Level 3.

Most of PSC’s Family Works and Enliven services are classified as essential services and remain operational, with some restrictions.

Enliven’s day programmes and tai chi classes are postponed.

Our rest homes and retirement villages are essential services and will continue to operate. However, we cannot accept visitors. At this stage Enliven will continue to accept new admissions and emergency respite. 

Some of Family Works’ services will continue to operate with some limitations. Group programmes and parenting programmes remain postponed at Level 3.

Our Central Office staff, who provide business support services to our site, will continue working remotely, either from home or our rest homes. The office will be closed, however a small group of core staff remain onsite. 

PSC’s Enliven and Family Works teams are working hard to ensure vulnerable residents and clients remain safe from Covid-19 in New Zealand.

We thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this time. 

We will continue to update this website as the situation develops. We recommend the official NZ COVID-19 website, as the place to find useful information about COVID-19.

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