Christchurch, 28 June 2019 -- Presbyterian Support Upper South Island today announced the appointment of its new Chief Executive Officer, Barry Helem.
The building’s name, Te Korowai (meaning cloak), signifies safety, strength, and connection for both staff and clients alike. A gifted korowai will permanently reside at Te Korowai.
The building, named Te Korowai – The Home of Presbyterian Support Upper South Island, will house about 60 staff, including corporate and service employees.
Tuning in to Kids is a six-session course that teaches parents to recognise, understand and respond to children's emotions in an accepting, supportive way.
Many years ago Robert Hall promised himself that one day, when he had time, he would give back. He never forgot his promise.
Your adrenal glands release hormones that, among other things, cause your heart rate, breathing rate and blood pressure to increase.
In early December a team of ten employees from the Ministry for Social Development (MSD) offered us a day of their time before Christmas.
The benefit John receives from belonging to HomeShare “means a hell of a lot” he says, and positively impacts his life all week, not just on Fridays.
Alzheimer’s NZ recently contributed $27,670 to the Enliven HomeShare service in Canterbury. This contribution recognises that Presbyterian Support (USI) and Alzheimer’s NZ share the same goal of improving the quality of life for people with dementia and their care partners in New Zealand.