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Stewart Centre @ EIT -Te Whare Mo Te Whakaoranga













Who Are We?

The Stewart Centre @ EIT was established in February 1999. It is a co-operative venture involving the Brain Injury Association of Hawke’s Bay and EIT Hawke’s Bay.

We are open from Monday to Friday, 9am – 3pm and are staffed by a mixture of full time and part time staff members. Clients attend for a variety of days according to their needs.

Our Focus
The Stewart Centre @ EIT provides rehabilitation for people with brain injuries. Our focus is on social, cognitive, educational and pre-vocational rehabilitation.

Who is Eligible?
Most people attending the Stewart Centre @ EIT are funded by either ACC or the Ministry of Health through Bay Home Support. Self funding is also an option. A referral to the Stewart Centre @ EIT usually comes from a rehabilitation practitioner such as an occupational therapist or people self-refer.

Manawatu (Palmerston North)


Contact Person: 
Lee Pepping
<p>Gloucester Street Taradale 4142 Postal Address Private Bag 1201</p>
06 974 8000 ext 5432

Presbyterian Support East Coast


We are a non profit organisation that provides a big range of services to the local community.
Services that are relevant to older people include:

Enliven Restorative Home Support - supporting older people who are assessed at resthome level care in their homes
Enliven Connect- An internet information directory for older people
Enliven Homeshare - a Living arrangement service matching older householders with younger homesharers

For more information visit

Cranford Hospice - HB specialist Palliative Care Service -

<p>87 Te Mata Rd Havelock North Postal Address PO Box 8119 Havelock north 4157</p>
06 877 8193

Napier Daycare for the Elderly

Napier Daycare for the Elderly provides daycare and support for elderly Napier citizens one day per week providing activities, exercises, morning tea and lunch.Transport can be arranged.

Our Philosophy: We aim to provide care and support in a safe, caring and stimulating environment.

Napier Daycare has been operating since 1987 at the Memorial Square Community Rooms.

We are a voluntary organisation who provide daycare and support for a group of elderly Napier citizens one day a week.

Community Rooms Memorial Square Napier
06 835 3407 or 06 843 9458

Enliven Day Programme - Hastings, Napier, Waipawa, Takapau and Porangahau

Enliven Day Programmes offer

  • A place to be social and enjoy friendship
  • Group outings to local attractions
  • A range of informataive and recreational activities
  • A programme component to keep you physically active
  • An optional nutritious two course lunch

"Bringing the life back into life". Social, informative and fun.

Hastings: Enliven Living - offers day respite for people over 65 years, Maori and Pacific Island people over 55.

 Weekly:  Mon, Tues 10am - 3pm  -  Age Concern Hastings- opposite New World

Napier: Enliven Living - offers day respite for people over 65 years,  Maori and Pacific Island people over 55.

 Weekly:  Thurs 10am - 3 pm    -      St. Paul's Church, Napier

Enliven Link - day respite for people between 65 and 75 years, and for Maori and Pacific Island people over 55. Client driven and whole person focus.

 Weekly: Fri 10am - 3pm   -    St.Paul's Church, Napier


Enliven Active - Active lifestyles, active minds, active people
 Weekly:  Weds 10am - 3pm   - Senior Citizen's Hall, Waverley St


Community Cafe Takapau - a lively, social and friendly place for over 65's to meet  First and third FRIDAY of the month 10am - 2pm

St Mark's Anglican/Presbyterian Church


Porangahau Community Cafe - programme for over 55's in the rural & coastal community of Porongahau

Every Second FRIDAY of the month 10am - 2pm

Contact Us:

87 Te Mata Road Hastings Postal Address PO Box 8119 Havelock North
06 877 8193 ext.707

Cranford Hospice

Cranford Hospice is a specialist palliative care provider that serves the people of Hawkes Bay. It provides a range of community or hospice inpatient services for people and their family and whanau who are living with life limiting illness. These services are offered free regardless of age, ethnicity, means or religion. People who have Cranford Hospice involved in their care may have cancer or other life limiting conditions such as advanced heart failure or motor neuron disease.

The team at Cranford Hospice is made up of nurses, doctors, pharmacists and family support staff who work with the utmost professional skill to care for those with life limiting illness and to help them cope with problems associated with their condition. Support is also extended to family, whanau and carers to help them rebuild their lives afterwards.

300 Knight Street Hastings 4122
06 878 7047

Alzheimers Society Inc Hastings


Community Group Types
Health and Disability Support Groups and Contacts Community Liaison Officers, Carer Support Group monthly, and Memory Cafe
Community Organisations Community - "At home with Dementia" Daycare - "Chatham Club"
Fitness and Recreation The day club is structured with both mental and physical activities designed to stimulate the mind.
Links to other sites, e.g. government, health, legal, consumer etc Alzheimers New Zealand


For people with memory loss, dementia or alzheimers disease. Assisting and supporting people affected by dementia to remain at home. Chatham Club is a home like setting and members attend for the day. The club is open 5 days a week and members are collected then delivered home after the club day is over.
<p>106 Windsor Avenue Parkvale Hastings 4122 Postal Address P.O.Box 11103 Hastings 4122</p>
06 878 7502

Alzheimers Society Inc. Napier

Making life better for all people affected by dementia

Kia piki te ora mo nga tangata mate porewarewa

Community Group TypesStatusDetails

Community Group Types
Health and Disability Support Groups and Contacts Community Liaison Officers work in the community to support people with confusion, memory loss &/or dementia, their spouses, care-partners, and/or whanau at all stages of the disease from pre-diagnosis onwards.
Community Organisations Perform assessment visits, ongoing support; crisis intervention, advocacy/liaison with other agencies, support groups, dementia specific day programme, develop professional links/information and education
Relationship and Counselling Services The level of our support and freqency of visits is governed entirely by the need and desire of the client(s) -home visits, information, education and referrals as appropriate. Support groups for carers and adult children of people with dementia
Fitness and Recreation falls prevention and seated exercises as appropriate as part of the day programme. The emphasis is on having fun in a stimulating and non-threatening environment. Picnics and other outings occur as often as can be arranged - weather permitting.
Links to other sites, e.g. government, health, legal, consumer etc Alzheimers New Zealand


Supporting people with memory loss, confusion or dementia and their carers/family throughout the dementia journey, with home visiting and a dementia specific day programme and support groups for carers and family members.


Special Features
A number of different support groups for carers, family and those with dementia


Languages Spoken
Cook Island Yes We have a Cook Island Maori asssitant in the day programme, The Mahana Club
English Yes  
Maori - Te Reo Yes Cook Island Maori day programme assistant
Rarotongan Yes Cook Island Maori day programme assistant


Companionship Self Funded Subsidised After Hours  
Day Care (Dementia Care) Yes Yes No Options Hawkes Bay subsidy applies for folk living in the community. Subsidy does not apply for those in residential care - private paying arrangements can be made dependent upon vacancies - our priority is to suport those living at home.
Lunch Yes Yes No Two course meal is provided at no extra charge. Picnic lunches provided on day outings. Fish and chip lunches are a popular alternative, especially when served 'in the packet', just like old times!
Visiting Service Yes No No YES, health professionals visit folk in their homes. This is a free service which provides education, support, advice and helps people to find their way through beaurocracy, making sure that access to in home support services is available when required.
Activities/Exercise Programme Yes Yes No As part of our dementia specific day programme activities - there is no extra charge for this
Other Social Support Yes No No We provide home visiting and support groups. Support groups offer information as well as the peer support so vital in helping carers to cope - knowing you're not alone and getting tips from others with similar experiences can be so helpful.

Contact Person: 
Pam Roche
<p>46 Nelson Crescent Marewa Napier 4110 Postal Address P O Box 4084 Marewa 4143</p>
06 834 0417

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