Twelve surgeries later, she was moved to the recovery unit where she underwent physio and speech therapy. This was only the beginning of an uphill battle. This served as motivation for Seini to focus on recovering as quickly and safely as possible so she can get back to her children. She understood that this could […]
Tatryanna’s uncanny ability to bounce back is mind-blowing! “I have always believed that if you put your best foot forward, no matter what it is, if you are giving the best you, then you’re not giving people reason to attack” This months story is actually a speech from the gorgeous Tatryanna Utanga which she wrote […]
The panel representatives were treated to different stories and feedback on what works well in both core commissioning and innovation models for whanau, what works well for navigators, what are some challenges the navigators face, and some recommendations based on their collective experiences.
“Moving to South Auckland was a blessing for my children and I”
Happy to welcome the Whanau Ora Review panel to our humble office this morning.
Knowing that there is a long waiting list for Whanau Ora, Anaseini had asked to be removed as a customer now that she is earning a bit more thanks to Pay Equity.
“Metua has connected me to friends old and new! My wife encourages me to go to Metua because it’s good for me..”
Guided by his mantra “see, touch, feel, hear, taste”, PFL took the minister on a journey through providers and customers of the Whanau Ora programme.
Pacific Homecare (PHC) have teamed up with fellow Whanau Ora provider Fonua Ola for the benefit of our Whanau Ora families.
For thirty-four-year old Cinderella and thirty-six-year old Viliame Tatafu, Whanau Ora was that support needed to realise the value of setting goals and the satisfaction of achieving them.