Archive by category: Child, Youth and Whānau Return
The saying, ‘it takes a village to raise a child,’ is clearly illustrated in the Hurunui where a working group is helping to ensure maternity support is available for local whānau.
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03 Aug, 2020 |
At the tender age of six years, Megan Bolt asked her parents if she could become a St John Penguin, which is part of the St John Youth Cadet Programme.
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29 May, 2020 |
The Green Prescription is a free support and motivation service for anyone 16 years and over, who needs help with motivation and keeping well.
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09 Apr, 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 |
People will now get mental health support from one place as part of a plan to improve health services across the Hurunui and Kaikōura.
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04 Nov, 2019 |
Children across Canterbury will benefit from ‘play therapy’ as a mechanism for improving wellbeing and mental health, as part of a partnership between Mana Ake – Stronger for Tomorrow and Sport Canterbury.
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09 Aug, 2019 |
First puff by 9 and smoking full-time by high school. But becoming a first time mum meant it wasn't just about Amy's health any longer.
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30 Jul, 2019 |
An event celebrating a year since Mana Ake - Stronger for Tomorrow was launched was held at the design lab this week.
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16 May, 2019 |
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