The seven Presbyterian Support organisations across New Zealand have a long history of providing services to older people. In recent years these services have been provided under the name ‘Enliven’.
Enliven services support people to maintain their independence and enjoy fulfilling lives. How this is done varies throughout the country. Each region has developed services needed by and suited to the different communities they serve.
Some Presbyterian Support organisations provide Enliven services to people of any age who are living with disability. Most provide in home support to older people. There are day activity programmes and day centres in places, and residential care and retirement villages available in some regions.
Each Presbyterian Support organisation is a registered charity and Enliven services are operated on a ‘Not for Profit’ basis.
Thanks for your Trust
Presbyterian Support’s National Council Chair Maitland Manning, says the 2017 Reader's Digest Trusted Brand Award for Aged Care and Retirement Villages was credit to the dedicated, passionate and caring staff.
Justice and Action
Presbyterian Support New Zealand and the Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand worked together to produce ‘Justice & Action’. It addresses two of the most enduring problems in our communities –family violence and child poverty.
Enliven services are provided by Presbyterian Support organisations. To find out about what Enliven and Presbyterian Support has been up to in the last year have a look at the Presbyterian Support New Zealand Annual Report for 2015/16.