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Enliven Older People

Independence, activities and friendship for older people.

Supporting older people to stay independent and connected

When you see a little blue Enliven car in your neighbourhood, give it a wave! Our support workers and registered nurses ensure older people and their families are getting support and care to retain their independence for as long as possible.

At your place or our place, at your pace

PSEC’s services for older people include intensive home support for independent living, friendly day programmes in Taradale and Havelock North, and a network of ACC-accredited strength and balance classes.

Intensive home support

Aims to restore the physical, mental and social well-being of older people so they can stay in their home for as long as possible. Friendly, trained support workers.

Day programmes

Activities, outings,  exercise and companionship in a peaceful garden or village setting. JH Mason Village, Havelock North and Pakowahi  Road, Hastings

Community strength & balance classes

There are 63 ACC-accredited Community Strength & Balance classes in Hawke’s Bay. To find your class call 06 281 2534 or email livestronger.org.nz

How you can support Enliven

Enliven aims to make the senior years positive and empowered, an age of rich experiences and social connection. Consider a career in aged care, volunteer with us or donate to our work.

Falls prevention

Falls are not a ‘normal’ part of ageing. Community Strength & Balance classes aim to reduce falls and fractures in people aged 65+ so they can live for longer in their own homes, on their own terms. Enliven is the East Coast’s lead agency for a fall minimisation initiative driven by ACC and the Ministry of Health. 

Donate to make a difference

Thank you for your generosity. You are making a true difference in your community.

Stories

Check back for the latest stories from Enliven Older People.
Enliven Intensive Home Support, a service of Presbyterian Support East Coast provides support services for older people so they can…
Nola Manley has lived through the Hawke’s Bay earthquake, World War II and the Great Depression, so she took the…
When COVID-19 lockdown means older people can’t attend Enliven Day Programmes, Enliven goes to them.Since New Zealand south of Auckland…
“I have people around me who care about me. It’s that human contact and the conversation at the end of the day.”
Colleen Dewson, Enliven Older People client
“Look forward to Thursday every week and I love coming. The staff are lovely people and are very caring.”
Enliven Community Services client
“Fantastic group, always positive and the ladies actually listen and care.”
Enliven Community Services client
“I look forward to attending twice weekly for company and friendship.”
Enliven Community Services client

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