Archive by category: WellbeingReturn
Early intervention and collaborative approaches such as those being put in place by Mana Ake – Stronger for Tomorrow have been shown to result in a range of wellbeing benefits for children and their whānau, according to findings from a report released today.
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30 Nov, 2020 |
A courageous wāhine called Lynda Maaka is helping to spread an important message about the value of kōrero between healthcare teams and their patients.
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29 Oct, 2020 |
The Te Tumu Waiora project team has welcomed a new face into the fold to support the implementation of the service across Canterbury.
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07 Oct, 2020 |
The CCN Work Programme for 2020-21/22 has been endorsed by the Alliance Leadership Team and is now available on the CCN website.
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11 Sep, 2020 |
When you’re not well it can be stressful and communicating is not always easy, which can sometimes be the case for New Brighton Health Care patient Michael who has Cerebral Palsy, which is a permanent condition that affects movement and posture.
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28 Jul, 2020 |
The Better Breathing Pulmonary Rehabilitation Programme has had a facelift post-COVID.
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23 Jul, 2020 |
Two familiar faces will head up Canterbury’s roll out of Te Tumu Waiora – a model which puts mental health and wellbeing at the heart of general practice with focused roles working from the practice.
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20 Jul, 2020 |
Children from Northcote School in Christchurch were delighted to meet Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern last week when she popped in to see first-hand the way Mana Ake – Stronger for Tomorrow is enhancing the wellbeing and the mental health of our tamariki.
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11 Mar, 2020 |
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