“From a young age I always had a sense of compassion towards the elderly. I was always drawn towards helping and supporting them in any possible way I could. Working at Pacific Homecare helps me follow my passion in many ways. Even though I had the option to work elsewhere, I would still prefer Pacific […]
“Metua has connected me to friends old and new! My wife encourages me to go to Metua because it’s good for me..”
Sometimes when I come into work it is so wonderful to hear either the Samoan, Tongan, Fijian or the Cook Island elderly singing wonderful hymns before they get underway with their daily Fia Ola programmes. Then to hear the laughter and banter later in the morning coming from their room certainly brings a smile to […]
February was a busy month with the Board of trustees and myself completing the final parts of the strategic plan for the next five years and one of the main priorities going forward will be “Looking after our customers better”. Some people do not like the use of the word “customer” as others prefer to […]
Well it seems everything is underway and full steam ahead as our services continue among our customers and families in their homes, along with whanau ora services supporting families in our communities. We love what we do and we are passionate about getting it right, even when we struggle at moments in time when we […]
Firstly, Happy New Year to everyone for 2018, I hope that you all had a restful time during the Christmas and New Year’s break and were able to catch up with family and friends.
A keen learner, Susana took up driving lessons at the age of fifty. In her seventies, she and Liusuavai attending English classes at Te Wanaga O Aotearoa in Mangere, just as a ‘fun’ class to brush up on their English.
“Sharna has always gone above and beyond for her customers. She is an advocate for Health & Safety out on the field. Her passion for the work she does and it shows in her performance every time”. says her Coordinators Sharna Tatana, our Employee of the Month for April shares a little about herself
Interviewing our employees of the month is always so refreshing. Getting a little bit of insight into the people that makes delivering service to our community possible. This month we get a snippet of the life of a very passionate, Hapa Ofanoa and understand why he loves the work he does.
Prior to the accident, Nga was a telephone technician at the time and went to Aitutaki for some contract work. He left his partner of up to 6 years Tuagaru (Vavu) Clyde and their one-year old son Ngatokora Shane Tiavave (Darling) behind in Rarotonga to fulfil this contract.