Enliven Care Homes

In August this year the Government lifted all remaining COVID-19 restrictions, including mask wearing and isolation requirements.

However, we wish to continue to encourage visitors to wear a mask when visiting our care homes.

Mask wearing remains an important measure in preventing the transmission of respiratory viruses, including COVID-19, in our aged care homes.  Seasonal colds, influenza and COVID-19 are likely to continue to have an impact on the health of our residents for several more months.

We also continue to encourage visitors to stay away if they are unwell and ask all visitors to our care homes to fill in and sign the declaration form at the door.

We appreciate your understanding and your help to keep our residents safe.


Enliven Retirement Villages

Residents in our three villages – Peacehaven (Invercargill), Resthaven (Gore) and Frankton Court (Queenstown) live independently in a community setting.

Residents are free to come and go from their homes as they wish and have visitors in their homes. Whether unvaccinated visitors may visit is entirely the decision of each resident. However, we continue to encourage residents to wear masks when they have visitors and when out and about in the community. 

If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms, please take a RAT test and advise your village coordinator. Our village coordinators are available by phone.