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Published: 19 November, 2021
Published: 3 September, 2021
Manaaki Ora App
Te Rau Ora and The Centre for Māori Suicide Prevention has just released the Manaaki Ora app, a self-help wellbeing app to support individuals and whānau who might be going through hard times or distress. Its release is particularly timely with people managing the mental and emotional stresses of the current lockdown.
link takes you to a short video introducing the app https://fb.watch/7JwunhPvYF/ and this link takes you to some more info on it SELF-HELP WELLBEING APP LAUNCHED TO SUPPORT MĀORI EXPERIENCING MENTAL DISTRESS – Te Rau Ora.
The Manaaki Ora app is available free from the App Store and Google Play.
Te Rau Ora and The Centre for Māori Suicide Prevention release the Manaaki Ora app, a self-help wellbeing app to support individuals and whānau to know what to do if they’re concerned with someone’s mental or emotional wellbeing. A timely launch with many whānau and individuals beginning to feel the effects of the recent and current snap level four lockdown.
The free Manaaki Ora app is designed to provide guidance and tips on how to self-help, or support others who might be going through hard times or distress. Individuals and whānau can find creative, simple and innovative activities to build wellbeing and resilience. This includes helping whānau identity their feelings and when they feel overwhelmed, where to get support and tips on how to support others.
Māori artists and personalities such as Maisey Rika and Te Hamua Nikora have endorsed and supported the app as a timely tool for whānau to access, in particular for those experiencing hardship in navigating these tough times.
This tool was developed by The Centre of Māori Suicide Prevention under Te Rau Ora. Install the Manaaki Ora App
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Published: 2 September, 2021
During Covid-19 Alert Level 4, 3, 2 & 1
Tēnā tātou katoa,
These guidelines are an accompaniment for those prepared for Alert Level 4 and are offered to assist us as we move down the COVID-19 alert levels. These guidelines have been prepared to help us during this difficult time. They are based on the tikanga of ngā iwi o Te Tauihu and support the official guidelines for tangihanga during Alert Levels 4, 3, 2 & 1. These guidelines may be subject to change, please also visit the Ministry of Health website.
Published: 23 August, 2021
Key messages in this bulletin:
- Remind your community school sites are closed
- Information hub for Pasifika parents and families
- Information for migrant communities: Golden rules for Alert Level 4
For more information please read the attached documents