At 11.59pm on Tuesday 7 September our region will move to COVID-19 Alert Level 2.
With the Alert Level changing, you can now come and visit your loved one, but there are some restrictions in place.
Enliven homes will be restricting visits to one person per resident each day, please make contact with the home to arrange this. All visitors to our homes must wear a face covering while on-site, fill in the declaration form on signing in, scan in using the NZ Covid Tracer app and go directly to the designated visiting area or resident’s room. Please do not access any communal areas while at the home.
Any visitors who feel unwell need to stay home until they feel better. We can still offer video calling so you can stay connected with your loved ones. Please email your Enliven home for more information and to book in a time.
Enliven Retirement Villages
Enliven’s retirement village residents can have visitors however they must not use the village’s common areas.
Independent residents and village residents can come and go as they are able but must follow public health measures and provide contact tracing information if required.
Retirement village residents should not come to the home for meals, instead meals should be delivered to their villa/apartment/unit.
Enliven retirement village viewings are by appointment only. Please contact the sales agent.
Day Programmes, Classes and Outings
All Enliven tai chi classes can restart under Level 2 with social distancing measures in place and with everybody wearing a mask.
Enliven’s Kāpiti and Woburn day programmes will restart with social distancing measures in place and staff wearing masks. If your loved one attends a day programme at another Enliven home, please contact them for further information about what can be provided.
Thank you for your ongoing understanding during this time.
Our staff continue to work and provide care to your loved ones in line with Ministry of Health guidelines.
We will post an update if there are any changes based on any further announcements from the Government.
Kia kaha. We’re in this together.