Enrich+

Organisation Details

Enrich+ supports individuals to have a ‘life like any other’. Through education, employment and empowerment, we help each person to be a real part of the communities of their choice.

These paths of discovery (ngā ara whakahura) are about enabling the person to be in control of their own life. Our involvement may be very short term, or in some instances, may be over a number of years, depending on the person’s situation.

  • Our Employment team support people into paid work, whether they are facing challenges relating to a disability or following an accident. We help them to identify their dreams and goals around work, and then agree on a plan to achieve sustainable mainstream employment.
  • Our Empowerment team support people to have the life that they want. We assist people with a disability to develop the connections, relationships, and every day skills they need to have ‘a life like any other’ in the community of their choice. The support we offer is flexible and organised to make sure people have choices and they are in control of what they are doing.
  • Our Enrich+ Spectrum Energy team support individuals on the autism spectrum, their families and whanau, through providing supportive environments and opportunities to gain confidence, practice social and life skills and achieve positive school experiences.

Through building natural supports and relationships, each person’s strengths and contribution to society are recognised and valued.

We incorporate Tikanga best practice into our day-to-day work and support, and aim to help each person to feel comfortable with a bicultural approach. We welcome individuals and their whānau, and respect their identity, whatever their culture.

We offer:

  • One clear point of contact for referrals and enquiries
  • Opportunities to recognise strengths and build self-esteem and confidence
  • Support to be contributing members of communities
  • Career planning, CV creation and interview technique services
  • Work skills experience, job placement and on-going support in open employment
  • Teacher training and professional development training for those supporting someone on the Autism Spectrum
  • Work rehabilitation and post injury support through our Work Outcomes partnership
  • One-on-one mentoring and coaching

Contact

Name: Karen Scott
Address: 48 Teasdale Street, Te Awamutu / PO Box 413, Te Awamutu
Phone: 0800 Enrich (0800 367 424) or 07 871 6410
Email:karen.scott@enrichplus.org.nz
Web: www.enrichplus.org.nz

Disability Types

  • Brain Injury
  • Cognitive/Intellectual
  • Mental Health
  • Multiple Diagnosis
  • Physical

Regions

  • Lower North Island
  • Waikato

Services Provided

  • Community Participation
  • Employment/Vocational/Training Support
  • Life Skills
  • Rehabilitation
  • RIDSAS
  • Supported Living