Archive by category: Child, Youth and Whānau Return
A new electronic resource has been developed to help lead maternity carer and core midwives access appropriate breastfeeding education, advice and support services for women and whānau in their care. 
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26 Aug, 2021 |
The Canterbury Clinical Network is seeking a co-Chair for the Population Health and Access Service Level Alliance. Interested parties should submit their Curriculum Vitae and a cover letter before 20 September.
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05 Aug, 2021 |
The Canterbury Clinical Network is seeking a co-chair for the Child & Youth Health Workstream.
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16 Jul, 2021 |
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 group of budding artists shared their skills with the Ashburton community last weekend, as they celebrated their first pop-up exhibition at the Ashburton Art Gallery.
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18 Mar, 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 |
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