Club Enliven, Dunedin
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Run by trained staff and volunteers, Club Enliven offers a varied programme of activities which includes baking, crafts, gentle exercise, music, indoor games, as well as guest entertainers and outings. Each session includes a two course lunch, and morning/afternoon tea.
Club Enliven aims to enrich the lives of members, and help maintain mental and physical health through social activities.
Staff and volunteers may be able to assist with transport to and from the Club, if required.
The daily Club fee includes lunch and morning/ afternoon tea. Club Enliven Members may be eligible for subsidies, funding or reimbursement through a Disability Allowance. Please consult a Club Enliven Coordinator for further fee and subsidy information.
Presbyterian Support Otago Enliven Services- Vaccination Policy
In line with Government requirements and PSO’s commitment to health and safety, all Enliven staff and volunteers are fully vaccinated (or will be by 1 January 2022).
Building on that protection, and along with many other providers of aged care, PSO has decided that we will not accept a person for admission to any of our Enliven services , unless the person is vaccinated against COVID-19.
People wishing to attend our Enliven community based services, including our Club Enliven programmes must be fully vaccinated before attending these services.