The principles of caring, enabling and supporting underpin everything we do. The Enliven philosophy recognises that people need to maintain control over their lives, wherever they live and whatever their age.
To be healthy and happy people need to have choices so they can make decisions for themselves; to be connected to their family, whānau friends and community; to be able to give as well as receive; and most importantly, to get practical support when they need it.
Choice: in things that matter to you
Relationships: with family, friends and community
Contribution: satisfaction in helping others and making a difference
Respect: being understood and valued by others.
Security: help is at hand when needed
Activity: pursuing your hobbies and interests, and gaining new ones.
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.