Enliven provides home and community based support to disabled people, no matter what level of care they require. Our trained staff develop individually-tailored support plans with clients and their families, giving them choices and involving them in all decisions.
In Auckland we are contracted by ACC to provide home and community support to those with injuries and by the Auckland District Health Board (ADHB) to provide enhanced home support to older people with low to high needs.
We provide home support for personal care or household management for disabled people who are eligible for Ministry of Health Funded Home and Community Support Services.
We also provide long term support for those with chronic conditions.
Referrals are received via ACC or the DHB’s Community Care Access Centre (CCAC).
Our team of Enliven service coordinators assess needs and coordinate services for clients with low to medium level needs, while clients with high needs are assessed by specialist staff from the ADHB.
Ph: 09 622 4788
Fax: 09 622 4790
Auckland Enliven Club
We run a dementia-focused club for older people at our Onehunga site from Tuesday to Friday.
The Centennial Hall
77 Grey Street, Onehunga
Ph: 09 6224788
Services available from this location:
Living with a chronic condition is not easy but we want to make life a little easier for you. We are here to work alongside people living with chronic conditions to provide them with the support they need to live independently in their own home.
Do you have a loved one living with dementia? Enliven can make this a little easier by providing dementia-focused day programmes where those living with dementia can engage with other people and enjoy activities that help maximise their independence.
Have you been injured and need some support? Whether you're facing a long or short recovery time, we're here to help you get on with life.
Coping on your own again after being in hospital isn’t easy when you’re already living with the everyday challenges of ageing, injury or disability. We’re here to help you in the first four to six weeks after you’ve come out of hospital and to support you on your journey to recovery and independence.
Are you an older person who wants to stay in touch with people and do interesting things? Perhaps you have a family member who would benefit from getting out and about with others. Our day programmes and services focus on helping older people connect with their community, through social interaction, activities and outings.
When you're coping with disability or injury, or just getting older, everyday life can be challenging. We provide high-quality home support services that meet your unique needs and goals, and support you to live independently in your own home.