What We Do
We are people-focused
Enliven maximises the independence of older people and those with disabilities or injuries. Our home support and community services enable people to live in their own homes, stay healthy and engage socially with others.
We will tailor our services to make sure they are right for you and maximise your independence. Once Enliven receives your referral, an Enliven service coordinator will contact you to arrange a visit to you.
We promise to…..
- Provide high-quality support
- Help you set goals and develop a support plan to achieve those goals
- Provide support workers who are well-trained and supervised
- Treat your personal information confidentially
If you’re coping with disability or injury, or just getting older, we provide high-quality support to meet your unique needs and goals, and help you to live independently in your home.
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.
Enliven provides home support for people with disabilities, no matter how old they are and what level of care they require. We’re here to help you find the right support.
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 you.
Coping on your own again after being in hospital isn’t easy when you’re already living with the challenges of ageing, injury or disability. We’re here to help you.
Need help moving back home after a rest home or hospital stay? We can support you to live confidently and independently in your own home again.
Do you have a loved one living with dementia? Caring for someone with dementia isn’t easy for you or them. Enliven can help you in your role as a carer.
Is one of our community programmes right for you? Are you an older person who wants to stay in touch with people and do interesting things?
Individualised funding (IF) is a way of paying for disability support services. It allows you to organise your own support in the way that works best for you.
Caring for someone with a disability takes time and energy – our respite care service will give you a break and provide a positive experience for the disabled person.
Read how we've helped Jean’s storyAt age 6, Jean contracted scarlet fever which affected her hearing and led to bone infections. Now in her 80s, she is profoundly deaf, and has osteoarthritis in all her joints. “I spent many years in hospitals, supposedly dying..."