Our end of year graduation and Christmas Ball was a great way to sign off a challenging but successful year. The theme this year was Christmas Ball. What can I say! The Christmas committee really came through with their decorating ideas that made the venue look spectacular.
“Some of our customers come with very challenging behaviours, it usually takes a special type of person to work with them. Soteria has been amazing. She has worked tirelessly with some of our difficult customers and has always been reliable doing it. No complaints.” says Amelia Joseph (Field Coordinator)
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 […]
Usually, you can hear her before you see her but make no mistake this fun-loving, high energy, young lady packs a punch when it comes to crunching the relieving numbers. Our Employee of the month for October Linda Muller shares a little about herself.
“I began by enticing her with her favourite things for example, she likes chocolate, so I told her that chocolate comes out of the shower head. She also likes flowers, so I made her peep out the window to look at the flowers in the garden and asked her if she wanted to smell them.”
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.
Silia has been selected as our Employee of the Month for September because of the compliments she has received from her customers. One in particular states “Silia takes extra care with mum, she always makes mum smile. Mum just loves her” Ruta Galo
“Moving to South Auckland was a blessing for my children and I”
“We wanted to participate so we can have our say from a Pasifika perspective within a New Zealand context what we think works and to showcase our culture and service approaches,” says Services Manager Ann-Louise Uluakiola
Gyan’s mum was home alone when she unexpectedly went into labour two months early. Unable to get help in time, she had no choice but to deliver her own baby.