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You don’t have to do it on your own - stop smoking support

NICOTINE replacement therapy (NRT), carbon monoxide (CO) readings, regular catch-ups and coaching

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Building Smokefree Champions with Trade and Commerce

A six-week challenge involving 22 students from Trade & Commerce in Hastings and Napier led to a number reducing and quitting smoking.

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Collective approach to tackling asthma in kura

Thanks to the initiative of School-Based Nurse Te Rina Murphy from Te Kupenga Hauora - Ahuriri, Maraenui Bilingual Kura will have its first Asthma Clinic in term 3.

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Whānau Ora Diploma helps kaimahi to help whānau succeed

The culmination of two years study saw three current and one prior Te Kupenga Hauora - Ahuriri kaimahi (staff) graduate in the first wave of the nationally recognised Whānau Ora Diploma.

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Respiratory Clinic

Whānau that need respiratory support are able to access the on-site clinics at Te Kupenga Hauora - Ahuriri.

Clinic is on the third Thursday of each month from 9:00am - 12:00pm
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Access to Specialist Clinics Great for Whānau

Applying holistic principles Te Kupenga Hauora - Ahuriri kaimahi (staff) often observe additional health issues with whānau they work with, regardless of the service they work in.

Occurs on the first Thursday of each month.
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Tangaroa helps teach resilience

Having self-confidence and knowing how to cope during hard times is the focus of 'Tangaroa Ara Rau: The Many Paths of Tangaroa'.

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Family Start the best start for Mahalia and Nikau

Mahalia Katene-Takimoana (19) was living and studying in Wellington and dreaming of going into the Navy, when she discovered she was five-months pregnant.

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Kahui Pakeke

Our kuia and koroua meet every third Wednesday of the month.

Every third Wednesday of the month from 9am to 12 noon.
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Turning “cash up in smoke” into a car – Linda’s Quit Story

“I don’t want to die gasping for breath”. At a pack a day, Linda was spending $167 each week on cigarettes.

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Charlotte succeeds with Janet’s support

Charlotte Boyce is mum to Mason and says her Youth Navigator, Te Kupenga Hauora - Ahuriri’s Janet Groube is, “a bit like a Mum.”

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Prevent Rheumatic Fever and Protect Tamariki

“Rheumatic Fever is a serious but preventable disease,” assures Te Kupenga Hauora - Ahuriri School Based Nurse Te Rina Murphy.

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Free Kia Ora courses improve quality of life

Over the past four years Te Kupenga Hauora - Ahuriri have supported more than 200 people with chronic long-term conditions to better manage their health through the Kia Ora Programme.

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Helping whānau plan for a stress-free holiday

While the holidays are a time most of us look forward to, the financial hangover and associated stress can really affect whānau wellbeing.

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Keeping our whānau, young and old, safe this summer

Protecting ourselves from the power of the sun, regardless of our ethnicity, is so important.

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‘Choose Life’ helps rangatahi to do just that

“Hearing what those first to the scene of a suicide face. You could have heard a pin drop,”... 

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Quit challenge leads to better health and education credits for rangatahi

Te Kupenga Hauora – Ahuriri recently found a willing group of rangatahi (youth) looking to quit smoking.

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Youth success as twins overcome whānau drama

Former Taradale High School students, 17-year-old twins, Mahalia and Naomi Edwardson are keen to make their mark on the hospitality industry.

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Ready or Not - Lyneen’s facing the future smokefree

Lyneen Ropiha was a ‘closet smoker’. She was so good at hiding her habit that life-long friends didn’t even know about it.

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School based care helps keep asthmatic tamariki in school

Te Kupenga Hauora – Ahuriri’s School Based Nurse, Te Rina Murphy goes into Maraenui Bilingual Kura, Marewa School, Richmond School, Te Awa Primary and William Colenso College.

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Stop smoking success a whānau effort

Emotional about her youngest daughter relocating to Australia it was Easter weekend 2016, while having a smoke with her son-in-law when something just clicked for Char Gannaway.

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Don’t let a sore throat lead to a hurting heart

Many of us will fix our child’s sore throat with a warm lemon drink and an early night, however, the message from Te Kupenga Hauora – Ahuriri Service Manager Nancy Taane is...

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Building confident and capable youth: E Tū Rangatahi

These are our leaders of tomorrow. We need to provide them with the tools to meet the challenges they face as we move aside for them,”

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Stanford puts Beau in control

When osteo-arthritis in his knee forced Beau Thompson (64) to walk using crutches, sometimes spend the day bedridden and finish working he was surprised to learn that being active would help.

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Jurnee overcomes as Youth Services build confidence

Jurnee Kihi (20) is someone Youth Navigator Janet Groube describes as a success.

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