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.
After teaching Business Studies at High School level in Samoa, Faanuu moved with her family to New Zealand. Bringing with her the wealth of knowledge, skills and maturity needed to be great. “Faanuu has come a long way. She has become someone we can rely on and has made herself available for us when we […]
An outbreak of dengue fever in the Pacific has prompted the Ministry of Health to urge travellers – particularly to Samoa and Fiji – to be extra vigilant to avoid mosquito bites.
At her core Asa has always enjoyed working with children. As a young girl in Labasa town in the Fiji Islands she would spend her spare time babysitting all her cousins. This nurturing personality has carried through to her work.
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 […]
Born and raised in Tonga, Anau moved to NZ in March, 2014. She began work as a Support Worker for Pacific Homecare in 2016 and has been recognised this month for her exceptional work and commitment to the job.
During the Christmas break, our Pacific Homecare offices will officially be closed from Friday 22nd December 2017 and we will re-open on Monday the 8th January 2018. As always we will have Field and Resource Coordinators on duty during this time and you can contact them via text, phone or email.
Pacific Homecare’s end of year event was a great time to thank all staff for their hard work, and to recognise achievements in front of their peers including graduations, weight loss challenge, Employees of the Month and, for the first time, Whanau Ora superstars.
LGBTQI manager and F’INE Director Phylesha Brown-Acton was awarded the Pacific Community Leadership Award for her work with the LGBTQI community at the Sun Pix Awards on Wednesday the 15th of November.
Employee of the Month Mile Tiasiutele’s up bringing was mainly influenced by her mum. Brought up in village life she instilled hard work and responsibilities. The daily routine was always communal focused, with fishing and gardening to support the family. This has carried forward to Mile today as a support worker for Pacific Homecare.