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Te Whanau Kotahi– For all families...
We are a Charitable Trust providing the Child Development Service on behalf of the Ministry of Health for the Tauranga/Western Bay of Plenty area. The Trust is governed by a Board of Trustees featuring parents, experts and community representatives.
Our focus is on providing family centred support with our team of therapists predominantly working with children and families in their usual surroundings such as home, park, swimming pool and pre-school. It is our goal to help those with disabilities to lead an ordinary life and be supported to take a full part in their community
The team offer Family Services in the area of Psychology, Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Social work and Community Facilitation. In addition we have an administration team to help the effective delivery of the service.
For further information, contact us here at Te Whanau Kotahi
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Our team bring to you knowledge and experience in their fields.
Visiting Neurodevelopmental Therapists
Tui Poff – Nuku
Family Support Worker and Referral Coordinator
Deborah Nash - Office Administrator
New Youth Group
Jason Edgecombe is keen to start a new Youth Group, for teens, both
girls and boys, 12 years plus, at the Arataki Community Centre, Mount
Maunganui, on Wednesday nights from 6.00 - 8.00 pm.
Activities would include a mix of: Dungeons & Dragons (episodic adventures)
Meditation Martial arts training
Conversations and discussion around issues we face every day.
A small fee would be charged on a weekly basis to cover costs.
Jason is looking at starting the group on
Wednesday the 29th of June, yet to be confirmed. If your teen is interested please mail email@example.com,
in the subject line "Interested" and mention your teen's name and age.