Their aim is to empower people with aphasia to participate in their own communities. Aphasia is the partial or total loss of the ability to articulate ideas or comprehend spoken or written language, resulting from damage to the brain caused by injury or disease.
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.