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Archive by category: Child, Youth and Whānau Return
Lyttleton-based couple Andrea Solzer and Matthias Blattner want what all parents want – for their children to be safe, happy and healthy. When their youngest daughter became increasingly frustrated and reluctant to participate at school, teachers suggested one-to-one support through Mana Ake – Stronger for tomorrow, an initiative that supports schools, families and whānau when children are experiencing issues that impact their wellbeing.
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15 Sep, 2022 |
People with experience of chronic pain are being called on to help redesign health services to ensure there’s a range of support across community and specialist services.
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12 Aug, 2022 |
Renee Noble has joined the CCN Leadership Team to ensure a community nursing perspective contributes to decisions about CCN priorities and recommendations for improving equitable access to health care services.
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06 Jul, 2022 |
Proud Samoan and Ōtautahi/Christchurch local Mahlon Saumalu started with the CCN Leadership Team in March and is bringing a rangatahi - youth perspective to the table to help improve health services for our young people.
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12 May, 2022 |
Ensuring the rangatahi (youth) voice is heard across our Canterbury health system is the goal of Chelsea Skinner, who is a new CCN leadership team member with a youth perspective.
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12 May, 2022 |
Improving the physical, mental, social and spiritual wellbeing of our tamariki and rangatahi (children and youth) is the driving force for the CCN’s Child and Youth Workstream’s new Co-Chair.
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13 Dec, 2021 |
Leaders from throughout Canterbury’s health system came together for a couple of powerful hours on Friday 19 November to listen and to learn what people are saying across the system.
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26 Nov, 2021 |
The Pae Ora ki Waitaha working group, which sits under the Population Health and Access Service Level Alliance, has completed stage one of a project to look at what people and their whānau need to be healthy and well.
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28 Oct, 2021 |
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