Provides free, professional, confidential, nationwide face-to-face or telephone support to Asians living in New Zealand. These services are offered in English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, Vietnamese, Japanese, Thai and Hindi. An interpreter can be arranged for other languages.
Provides services to disadvantaged individuals with barriers to inclusion in the Bay of Plenty region. They work with individuals and their circles of support, to identify and map out pathways towards a good life of their choosing.
Care Coordination is a function that deliberately organises patient care activities and communicates and shares relevant information amongst healthcare professionals involved with a person’s care to achieve safer, effective and timely care. The main goal of care coordination is to best meet the patient’s needs and it has a dual role providing both service coordination and care coordination
One of 20 DHBs in New Zealand, and one of five DHBs that make up the Midland region. Thee mission is to enable communities to achieve good health, independence and access to quality services.
Supports the sustainable development of the Bay of Plenty to ensure our region grows and develops in a way that keeps its values safe for future generations. A major focus is looking after the environment. They manage the effects of people's use of freshwater, land, air and coastal water. They also have a broader responsibility with others for the economic, social and cultural well-being of the regional community.
Northern Cochlear Implant Trust holds contracts with the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education for the Northern Cochlear Implant Programme (children and adults living above Taupo). Pindrop was established with the purposes of increasing awareness about cochlear implants and fundraising . Both organsiations work closley together and hare the same board memebers and CEO.
Provides free access to legal information, advice, assistance and education for residents throughout the Bay of Plenty, who due to their personal or financial circumstances including disability, cannot otherwise access such services.
Provides evidenced based behavioural services for individuals, families and professionals. They offer services for children aged 12 months to 20 years and will benefit children with challenging behaviour, learning difficulties, intellectual disabilities and/or those who have received a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder or another related disorder.
Assists people who are blind, have low vision, or are experiencing sight loss. They have a library service offers tips to help at home and encourage independence by showing people how to get around. They also help with employment or study options.
Blue Light works in partnership with the police to deliver an extensive range of youth programmes and activities to reduce the incidence of young people becoming an offender or victim of crime and encourage better relations between the police, young people, their parents and the community.
Crohn's and Colitis New Zealand is a charitable trust which aims to provide support, advice, resources and information about Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. The organisation was established by individuals affected by Crohn’s and colitis, and medical specialists active in the treatment of these chronic diseases.