Helping whānau manage their asthma
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We provide free, supportive, fun and educational playgroups in the Wainuiomata and Pomare areas.
Mobile Playground for whānau living in Wainuiomata
Working with pepi with respiratory conditions
We assist whānau to get the best and most suitable early learning opportunities available within their communities.
Family Start helps families and whānau who are struggling with challenges or problems that make it harder for them to care for their baby or young child.
Haakuitanga Haakorotanga Parenting Programme is a Māori parenting skills programme that gives Māori parents understanding of, and learning in effective parenting skills.
Incredible Years is a 14-18 session programme for parents of children aged 3-8, which helps parents turn behaviour around and create an enjoyable and harmonious family life.
We are currently looking for hapu or pregnant mums to take part in the NEST study
Early Intervention is based on the principle that the first years of a child's life are important.
Poipoia te mokopuna is a Te Ao Māori education programme focused on engaging whānau in early learning experiences, using pūrakau and kōrero ā iwi to inspire and grow whānau to be the best and first teachers of their tamariki.
Actively supporting young mothers with new babies to improve the long term health, social and education outcomes for their whānau.
Community Led Kaupapa Māori Research Unit
Regional Public Health, He Kainga Oranga, Sustainability Trust and Tu Kotahi Maori Asthma Trust have been contracted by the Ministry of Health to run the newly established Well Homes initiative.
Supporting safer whānau environments
Information and support about the Annual Review process, the diabetes tests and examinations.
Supporting whānau who are unable to have immunisations done at a medical centre for various reasons
My baby is Māori and Smokefree
Mokopuna are totally immersed in Māori language and Tikanga (culture) from birth through to the age of six.
Phone 0508 KOKIRI - firstname.lastname@example.org