When residents at Enliven’s Kowhainui Home gather for a movie or for happy hour, one of the drinks on offer
Service worker Chrissy Whelan says Brightwater Home has provided that family environment that she was missing so much.
Twice a week in the afternoon, Huntleigh Home residents Diana and Bronwyn can be found running the Karori rest home’s
One of Chalmers Home’s oldest residents is no stranger to hard work, having lived and worked on Taranaki farms most of her life.
Enliven’s Brightwater Home is on a journey to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Staff at the Palmerston North rest home have focused on being more sustainable in their day-to-day tasks.
It is not hard to miss all the building activity happening near Kandahar Home in Masterton as work progresses on Kandahar Retirement Village.
The new villas are not the only work happening, as Kandahar Home itself is receiving a new roof and a fresh coat of paint.
Residents at Enliven’s Reevedon Home got busy colouring in while the country was in lock down.
Enliven launched its inaugural inter-home colouring-in competition, titled ‘Colour Your Day with Enliven’ to provide further options for home-based activities.
During her time as a nurse, Helen Church enjoyed her time with the patients and doing what she could to help them feel better.
Things may have been operating slightly differently at Levin Home for War Veterans during Covid-19 lock down, but there was still plenty happening.
Residents and staff at the home received donations of beautiful flowers and tasty licorice among other offers of kindness.
Jane Warman believes once someone becomes a nurse, the profession always stays with them. The now Huntleigh Home resident began working as a nurse at the age of 18.