Welcome to the Lifewise blog

Here we share success stories, project updates and more.

 
May
7
The Merge Community team introduced the Piki Project a few weeks ago. Now, they are continuing to develop exciting designs and innovating ideas. The Piki Project intends to tell a personal story through a unique work of art which will be printed on to a paper piki (feather) and a wooden heru (comb).

Next Steps: the Piki Project

The Merge Community team introduced the Piki Project a few weeks ago. Now, they are continuing to develop exciting designs and innovating ideas.

 
Apr
10
John MacDonald, Head of Mission

Kia ora, from John

We are looking to our past to shape the future. Celebrate with us the changed lives, the gifts that have been shared and our optimism for a new era in community care.

 
Apr
6
Health and Disability Info 2018

Living independently at home

Lifewise supports you or your loved ones to stay living in your own home independently and safely. Give us a call so we can understand the best way to support you.

 
Apr
4
rotorua, zuu, training, mental health, addiction, fitness, exercise

Therapeutic Programmes at Rotorua

To make our residents’ time with us enjoyable and rewarding, we have implemented a number of programmes including Hinengaro, Tinana, Whānau, and Wairua

 
Mar
29
Piki Project

Piki Project

The Piki Project is a small social enterprise that harnesses the creative skills of the wider homeless community and the technology of the Unitec Institute of Technology to create piki.

 
Mar
14
Moira Lawler

Kia ora from Moira

It is your support that enables us at Lifewise to build connected, just, and inclusive communities. Thank you so much!

 
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early childhood education, methodist food bank, glen eden

It’s not just about the children

Lifewise’s Early Childhood Education Centres also support families, whānau, and the wider community by creating a very special space to ‘be’, an amazing sense of belonging.

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