Hauora Facilitator – Whangarei

About the business  Deaf Aotearoa is looking for a Facilitator to join the Hauora team. The Hauora service is a nationwide service that understands and responds to Deaf and hard-of-hearing people’s needs. The Hauora service offers: needs assessments and coordination, applications for assistive equipment, and information and advice.  Deaf Aotearoa …

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Policy and Advocacy Officer

Deaf Aotearoa is looking for a Policy and Advocacy Officer to join the team. This is a newly developed role and the purpose of this role to help improve the outcomes of members of the Deaf Community by improving national policy and assisting in advocacy work.  Deaf Aotearoa provides a …

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First Signs Facilitator Bay of Plenty/Tauranga

Deaf Aotearoa is looking for a Facilitator to join our First Signs team. First Signs is a nationwide service for Deaf and hard-of-hearing children aged 0-5 and supporting their whānau with learning NZSL, language development, learning about being Deaf/hard-of-hearing in Aotearoa and connect with other families and Deaf role models.  …

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What happens if you test positive for COVID-19?

Most fully-vaccinated people with COVID-19 are likely to have a mild to moderate illness and will fully recover in their own home, or in suitable alternative accommodation.   ‘Care in the community’ is where people are supported by local care providers to ensure their health, welfare and wellbeing needs are met while they are …

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Life at Red

At Red, we need to take action to protect our vulnerable communities and our health system from COVID-19.   About Red There are restrictions on where we can go at Red. But there are also everyday things that everyone can do. You can meet friends and family inside and outside, go shopping, access healthcare, …

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Life at Orange

At Orange, there is community transmission of COVID-19. There are increasing risks to vulnerable communities and pressure on the health system.  About Orange At Orange, you can continue to do everyday activities and can travel across the country. You can go to work, school, gyms, church, restaurants, and many more places.  There are some restrictions on some activities to limit the spread …

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3rd Primary Dose for Immunocompromised People

Access to the 3rd Primary Dose for immunocompromised people This outlines how an eligible person will access a 3rd primary dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.  There are Four key components to Access a 3rd Primary dose:  EligibilityThe practice contacts the person to let them know they are eligible for a …

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Minister Announcement – 0800 Number and Transport support

Healthline phone numbers have a special. Call Healthline phone numbers to discuss the information or health advice, then book the COVID vaccine appointment. They will give you informed advice if you have difficult transport to go to the vaccination centre. You can contact NZ Relay either a video call or …

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Super Saturday

What is Super Saturday? Aotearoa – we all have a role to play in protecting ourselves, our whānau and our community by getting vaccinated. We’re asking you to reach out to friends, whānau and colleagues who may still be waiting to get vaccinated. We are pulling out all the stops to increase our vaccination rates. Everyone is being asked to help a big, …

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