87 days ago

Help older people in your community through Covid-19

enliven - Presbyterian Support Central

Until the nation moves to at least alert level 2, elderly people will not have the freedom to do many of the daily tasks we take for granted. And the risk to their health and wellbeing will increase.

Enliven’s Wellbeing Assistance team are making sure the older people in your community have everything they need to be well.

We are finding that they need the most practical items:
- Food
- Personal hygiene products, including continence products
- Heaters and warm clothing as winter sets in
- Personal safety alarms (in case of a fall, they can instantly request help)
- Regular phone calls for companionship and safety

You can ensure that food and essential supplies are delivered to older people in your community.
Learn more

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Poll: Should people coming into New Zealand pay for their isolation costs?

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International travellers flying into New South Wales are now paying A$3000 (NZ$3168) for their two-week stint in hotel quarantine. Travellers will be charged A$3000 for one adult, A$1000 for each additional adult and A$500 per child aged three and over. Children under three will stay free of charge. Do you think Kiwis should be charged for their isolation costs? Nzwww.stuff.co.nz...

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Should people coming into New Zealand pay for their isolation costs?
  • 59.8% Yes: All people coming into NZ should pay for their isolation
    59.8% Complete
  • 5.4% No: It's something the Government should pick up
    5.4% Complete
  • 34.8% ReturninTravellers should pay part of the cost
    34.8% Complete
572 votes