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Geneva Elevator wants you to live your best life possible whatever your age, disability, illness or injury. We will be there so you can enjoy what you love doing, keep well, and stay connected to your family and community. After all, life is better when you share it.
Trusted by thousands of Kiwis nationwide since 1996, we are a locally owned organisation working closely with the Ministry of Social Development, Ministry of Health, DHBs, GPs, the healthcare industry, and as a national lead provider for ACC, to give you all the support that you need at home and in your community. We also provide you with Nursing Services, Rehabilitation, and assistance to help manage your disability and health concerns. So you can continue to enjoy your best life.
Let your Geneva Elevator family support you, because we care from the heart, we care like family.
Get the support you need to find a job or continue with the job that you enjoy. Whatever your disability, injury or health concern, Geneva Elevator can support you with rehabilitation, Very High Needs (VHN) support, skills training, and job placement so you can live independently, and enjoy living in your community.
Our Geneva Elevator training courses are open to all WINZ clients seeking employment.
Find A Job (Employment Referral Form)
Supported Employment Services
Training For Work: Introduction To Caregiving
Work Ready Training
Very High Needs (VHN) Support
Deaf Support Services
Transition Services Referral Form
Looking For Staff? (Request for Candidate Form)
Skills for Industry Training
Contact Geneva Elevator
Supported Employment is a free service that matches potential jobs to your talents, qualifications and needs.
A free service that matches potential jobs to your talents, qualifications and needs.
To find out more about Supported Employment Service, click here
Auckland and Bay of Plenty
Get the skills you need to get back into the workforce and make a difference in people’s lives. Kick-start your career with the Training For Work: Introduction To Caregiving 13 week pre-employment training, to help you complete a Level 2 qualification, and get the skills you need to get into entry-level roles in healthcare.
Learn how to:
To find out more about Training For Work: Introduction To Caregiving, click here
Kick start your employment search with the support you need to get a job. Develop the skills and confidence you need to achieve your employment goals with Geneva Elevator’s Work Ready 6-week pre-employment training programme.
Geneva Elevator will help you with:
To find out more about the Work Ready pre-employment programme, click here
We help you reach your goals and aspirations with individualised funding support tailored to your specific needs, to help you manage what support you require to live your best life.
To find out more about Very High Needs (VHN) Support, click here
If you’re a school leaver or aged 16 - 21 years with a health condition or Very High Needs ORS funded, we can help you to continue your studies, find a job or work experience, and participate in community activities you enjoy.
To find out more about Transition Services for ORS funded students, click here
To find out more about Transition Services for non-ORS funded students, click here
Geneva Elevator provides a variety of services for the Deaf and Hearing Impaired Community. Our Deaf Support Service will guide you through the whole process.
To find out more about Deaf Support Services, click here
Rehabilitation therapies to help you with your recovery from injury and manage your disability.
To find out more about Rehabilitation Services, click here
Supported Employment is a free service that matches jobs to the talents and qualifications of people with disabilities and health conditions.
Courses to help you back into the workforce. You can get into a five-week pre-employment training - Introduction to Caregiving (includes work experience and placement into work).
Let your Geneva Elevator family support you.
Call us for advice or talk to your GP, healthcare professional, NASC, WINZ, ACC Coordinator, or your Teacher/Transition Provider, for a referral.
0508 353 828