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OUR SERVICES

The EnlivenPlus range of dementia care services are available as a monthly subscription package, or as a one-off package cost - and include Post-diagnosis and Assessment, Wrap-around Support, Respite Care, and Flourishing with Dementia.

Anchor Services

Our goal is to help people with dementia to live life to its fullest in the comfort of their own homes, while providing support to their families, whānau and carers.

Rather than being defined by dementia, we acknowledge it and become champions for our clients by focusing on what is still possible so they can feel more in control of their lives.
 

All of our services are provided by qualified dementia healthcare professionals who are passionate about making life better for people with dementia.

Anchor Pillars of Support

OUR PILLARS OF SUPPORT

Assesment
Education
Respite

Assessment

We will undertake a rigorous assessment of your individual situation and needs with face-to-face visits at a place where you feel comfortable - usually your home or a cafe. We’ll spend this time getting to know you to determine how we can help you live your best life, before developing a support plan tailored to your needs.

Education

A diagnosis of dementia may present challenges that may be amplified by a lack of information and understanding of the condition and its likely progression. With health and support systems also being complex, our education service provides you with the information and resources you need to avoid stress and crisis.

Respite (short-term in home)

Our in-home respite service provides a care partner or family member with the opportunity to take time out while the person with dementia is in the safe, trusted hands of an EnlivenPlus dementia healthcare professional.
 

Activities of choice

We will support you to continue enjoying your favourite activities, and perhaps finding new ones - it’s all about providing stimulating and enjoyable activities of your choosing.

Physical and psychological wellness

Being physically active is an important part of maintaining good heart and brain health. Physical activity increases your feel-good hormones, promotes restful sleep, decreases stress and increases your overall physical health and functioning. We will provide you with strategies to achieve and maintain good physical and psychological wellness.

Cognitive reablement

Our EnlivenPlus professionals provide cognitive reablement activities that follow a structured process focusing on different topics each time. These activities are based on evidence that stimulating and newly learnt activities can improve the brain’s ability to modify, adapt or change - and help slow the progression of dementia.

Integrated care

Your EnlivenPlus team will work with you to ensure the people that matter to you are kept up-to-date with your progress - which can include medical, social and community support people, as well as family members.

Adapting the home

We will help you identify potential risks in your home and suggest simple adaptations to assist you in your day-to-day life.
 

Advocacy

Unfortunately, when someone is diagnosed with dementia they can become ‘invisible’. We will become your advocates to ensure that your voice is heard, and with your permission we will speak on your behalf if you are not being listened to.

Community connections

Positive social connections are important for a healthy brain function, reinforcing our identity, and providing a sense of belonging - so EnlivenPlus will support you in maintaining your community connections.

Technology

We provide electronic Kitcal tablets as part of our programme - simplified devices that allow you to make video calls, receive messages and stay in touch with the important people in your life. A 4G Wi-Fi connection is included in our subscription costs, and we will help you with setting the device up.

TESTIMONIALS

There were no surprises for me in your information – I was so relieved that you were able to perfectly read the room and talk to the fears that were driving Dad’s resistance… Hopefully calmer waters from here.

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