Welcome to Enliven, the new name for Presbyterian Support Southland’s Services for Older People.

Some things make for healthier, happier living, no matter what your age. A sense of community; friends, family, whānau; giving and receiving; making decisions for yourself; and, most of all, practical support when you need it.

At Enliven we work alongside you and your family to achieve these things.

Whether you are looking for support while living at home, retirement living options or residential aged care, Enliven offers a range of choice for you.

Enliven includes; Peacehaven Village (Invercargill), Vickery Court (Invercargill)Walmsley House (Invercargill), Resthaven Village (Gore) and Frankton Court Cottages (Frankton, Queenstown).

Why Enliven?

Enliven offers you choice, provides you with quality care and keeps you at the centre of their focus.

Staff are all well qualified, known to go the extra mile and you can be assured you’ll receive a warm welcome and feel very at home in the care of Enliven.

Come and view all Enliven has to offer now.

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SupportLink service one of a kind

7 November 2018

Enliven service, SupportLink, is a free community service that offers assistance to older people living in their own home.

Lion's generosity roars through Walmsley

20 September 2018

After running in our community for nearly 50 years, the Invercargill South Lions Club closed its doors for the final time in June 2018 due to an ageing club membership and lack of new, younger members.

Invercargill National MP Sarah Dowie visits Enliven secure Dementia unit (Iona) at Peacehaven Village in light of Alzheimer’s Awareness Month.

20 September 2018

In a bid to raise awareness for dementia, Peacehaven Village Manager, Karl Lamb and Iona Clinical Coordinator Julie Worner, took Sarah Dowie on an exclusive tour of the secure residential and hospital level dementia facilities at Iona, explaining what it’s like for both residents and staff dealing with dementia on a daily basis.