Clients

Whānau | Clients

Tui Ora takes a whānau centred approach to its services. This means we consider all the factors in a person’s life for health and wellbeing. For example a pregnant mother may need advice on nutrition, budgeting and injury prevention as well as breastfeeding peer support. A patient suffering from cancer may need an advocate to help them navigate through the health system.

Our staff works together, co-ordinating services and helping to support clients so they can make better decisions for their future. In this way our services are responsive and flexible. We believe each family/whānau has the capability to reach its potential with support from provider organisations like ourselves. To find out more about how to refer email intake@tuiora.co.nz

June 2016

Kicking the habit at Vogeltown Countdown pays off

​A $1000 cheque will be shared among a group of ex-smokers at Countdown’s Vogeltown store in New Plymouth following the team’s win in a company-wide stop smoking competition. more

Kicking the habit at Vogeltown Countdown pays off
June 2016

Swimming back to health

Getting involved with the Taranaki Toa Mounga tri-series has been just one step in Piripi Tuna's journey back to a fitter and healthier self. more

Swimming back to health
January 2016

Dream of daughter walking inspires Taranaki Wero stop smoking team

​A New Plymouth mother hopes a Tui Ora quit smoking programme will help her kick the habit – and raise funds to enable her toddler daughter to walk more

Dream of daughter walking inspires Taranaki Wero stop smoking team
October 2015

George coaching smoker Taryn

​George Rapana, former Taranaki Rugby League general manager, can teach you how to kick a conversion and a habit. more

George coaching smoker Taryn
September 2015

Whānau on direct path to independence

​Airingi Matuku can attest to the transformative power of the national fund Whānau Direct in her role as navigator/kaiāwhina at Tui Ora Family Health. more

Whānau on direct path to independence
August 2015

Grant boosts wellbeing of tamariki and mama

Bathing tamariki is a pleasure in the Sampson household thanks to a Whānau Direct grant that provided a helping hand for a New Plymouth family. more

Grant boosts wellbeing of tamariki and mama
July 2015

Budding chef has Anne to thank

Adam Holdin’s first contact with Taranaki Youth Service’s Anne Russell sticks in his mind. She visited his home - within 20 minutes the young New Plymouth man had a plan for the next few years of his life. more

Budding chef has Anne to thank
July 2015

Holistic help empowers one woman

Before Kristen Scott met Tui Ora Family Health kaiāwhina Airingi Matuku life was getting her down. more

Holistic help empowers one woman