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The Hurunui community are invited to find out about plans for both a local community group and local health and wellbeing provider group to guide development of the region’s health care services at a series of drop-in sessions.
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01 Jun, 2021 |
The diverse needs of our pēpi (babies), tamariki (children) and rangatahi (youth – young adults) are being supported by a refreshed Child and Youth Workstream (CYWS) structure, which now includes three separate groups to focus on these different stages of life.
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19 May, 2021 |
Cantabrians are being asked to complete a survey to share their thoughts on what they and their whānau need for their health and hauora / wellbeing.
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02 May, 2021 |
A programme to support people who have recently been released from prison re-engage with their general practice teams is gaining momentum across Canterbury.
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26 Feb, 2021 |
Ngaire Button has been appointed to the role of Hauora Māori and Equity Lead – a new role for the CCN programme team.
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25 Feb, 2021 |
He Waka Tapu kindly said, ‘nau mai, haere mai’ (welcome to our place), to the Mana Ake kaimahi (workers) at a moving pōwhiri on Tuesday 19 January.
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25 Feb, 2021 |
Getting to health appointments across the Hurunui and North Canterbury is now easier for Cheviot residents, with the help of a service that connects them to a dedicated team of volunteer drivers with access to a community vehicle.
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24 Feb, 2021 |
Kai, kōrero and companionship is proving a winning combination for kaumātua (elders) through the Kahukura Kaumātua Programme, which is helping to bring a community together to connect and talk about hauora (health and wellbeing).
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17 Dec, 2020 |
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