These uncertain times will be affecting the mental health of many people. It’s important to remind ourselves and our whānau that it’s alright to not be okay all the time. It’s also important to remember that if we aren’t feeling good, there are things we can do to...
Te ORA docs, our board and staff and have worked on this ‘literacy-neutral Māori motif’ messaging around COVID-19. We all know that messages aimed at the mainstream don’t get through to everyone and that, although you and I have heard something 100 times, someone somewhere is hearing it for the first time.
Te Ngākau Ora – Support and Care
A reminder to our membership that during the current pandemic Level 4 lockdown, that you can access support through our Te Ngākau Ora collegial support programme.
Te ORA has private and confidential access to Senior Practitioners who can provide many different levels of support, and access to other services depending on your need.
To access support please click here>>
Vaccinations As at 3 April, 29.0 percent of Māori aged 65 and over had received the 2020 flu vaccination. The rate for non-Māori / non-Pacific people aged 65 and over is 30.4%. The rate for Māori 65 and over increased from 17 percent to 29 percent over the week to 3...
Dr Sarah Sciascia explains how to avoid getting COVID-19 https://youtu.be/j9bf47zzaaw
Dr Sarah Sciascia - Te Ao Tapatahi - Article - Advice for Parents sending children to school - click here Professor David Tipene-Leach - Te Ao Tapatahi (Episode 8, 12:00) - click here Dr Sarah Sciascia - Te Ao Tapatahi (Episode 8, 4:01) - click here Dr Diana Kopua -...
RNZ - Article - Government urged to put Māori at forefront of Covid-19 planning - click here
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