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Kathy McMeikan was keen to help out in her local community, so the 75-year-old retired school teacher volunteered for the Enliven Day Programme when it opened in her neighbourhood.
June 19, 2017
Community Connections Autumn 2016
April 29, 2016
We have been gathering robust data for the past six years in order to evaluate the quality of our services. As an organisation, we are committed to using this information to improve our service delivery and achieve measurable outcomes for clients
February 23, 2016
We asked our clients and staff how they think people can Enliven themselves and here are the thoughts they came up…
February 15, 2016
This five-year strategic plan outlines our aspirational goals. We shall continue to recruit and support exceptional people, deliver effective services, and collaborate with others to make a difference
December 17, 2015
As a part of Presbyterian Support Northern’s wider work, we support children and their families through Family Works. Read our Family Works fact sheet for stories and facts about Family Works.
December 16, 2015
Good people doing great things
December 2, 2015
How we are making a difference.
Enliven maximises the independence of people who face the everyday challenges of ageing, disability or injury by enabling them to thrive in their own home, stay healthy and engage in their community.
November 9, 2015
Dee’s Social Groups are a partnership between Presbyterian Support Northern and two Presbyterian Churches: Mairangi Bay and St George’s Church. Please get in touch with Margaret Pont at (09) 489 3176, on mobile 021 679019 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
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