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.
Due to a series of events, both Alma and Etuate were out of work throughout the Christmas period of 2016. This is undoubtedly one of the busiest most high demanding times of year. It was a difficult and stressful time for the family as they tried looking for solutions to feed, clothe, entertain, and prepare […]
We’re sharing some highlights for our year in Whanau Ora and Fia Ola services.
Pacific Homecare is working with Dave Letele aka Brown Buttabean with the aim to support and build the capabilities of our families to achieve milestones that they have set for themselves with a focus on ‘Living Better-Living Longer’.
Whanau Ora client and mother of two Faalata Galumalemana first came to New Zealand in 1987 building a life and working in hospitality and then early childhood education. It wasn’t until an injury in 2015 meant she lost her job. As the main provider for her household, both the stress and bills piled up. It […]
September 28th was celebration time at the Papatoetoe Bowling Club as Pacific Homecare hosted a party to commemorate International Older Persons Day which fell on the 1st of October.