2018 : Introduction of Kids+ and Teens+ groups for young children and teens on the autism spectrum

 

2017 : Launch of Pai Ake Toru

 

2017 : Expansion into the Bay of Plenty with Supported Living, Supported Employment and Autism services

 

2017 : Supported Living service started

 

2015 : Work Outcomes Ltd established and purchase of an Active+ physiotherapy franchise clinic in Te Rapa, Hamilton

 

2015 : Autism service rebranded as Enrich+ Spectrum Energy and a charitable trust established

 

2015 : Closure of the private training establishment

 

2015 : RIDSAS services continue in Te Rapa, very high needs services continue from Ruakura Road and other disability, employment and autism services move to Princes Street

 

2014 : New Māori service established

 

2014 : Winner of the Social Enterprise Award and Supreme Overall Winner of the Waipa Network Business Awards

 

2013 : Autism Services established

 

2013 : Finalists in the Excellence in Social Enterprise section of the Waipa Business Awards

 

2013 : Rebranded to Enrich+  with official launch of Enrich+ with Minister Tariana Turia, Minister of Disability Issues

 

2012 : Outstanding Contribution to the Success of Agricultural Fieldays awarded

 

2012 : Work Outcomes (partnership between Gracelands Group of Services and Te Kuiti Physio Plus) begin working with Active Physio

 

2010 : New facility purchased at Princes Street, Hamilton for Insight Learning Academy

 

2010 : Wendy Becker appointed as CEO of Gracelands Group of Services

 

2010 : Founder and CEO Robyn Klos resigns from Gracelands Group of Services

 

2009 : Property Trust established

 

2005 : Insight Learning Academy, a private training establishment is purchased

 

2003 : Transition from School service for students with disabilities in four high schools

 

2002 : Services in Taumarunui begin

 

2002 : RIDSAS programme established

 

2000 : Recipient of the Bronze Level NZ Business Excellence Commendation Award

 

2000 : Whakamārama Marae and Gracelands Group of Services partner to deliver a marae based programme

 

1998 : Services in Hamilton start

 

1998 : Property purchased at Teasdale Street to deliver services from in Te Awamutu

 

1996 : Worx service established for people with mental health issues

 

1996 : Return to Work programmes for ACC delivered by Gracelands and Te Kuiti Physiotherapy Clinic

 

1993 : Mahoe Street house purchased for specialised service for people with significant disabilities

 

1995 : Kua Puāwai Ki Te Ao, a Māori employee rōpū providing in-house support for employees and the people we support on service delivery, organisational culture and environmental support in a Māori context is set up

 

1991 : Supported Employment programme started as well as a recycling service and horticulture work crew

 

1990 : First meeting of the Te Awamutu Gracelands Trust

 

1987 : Gracelands Industries began, a partnership between IHC and Tokanui Hospital

 

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