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

August 2019

Life changing impact of Mana Wahine programme

The Mana Wahine Collab programme - started eight weeks ago by Tui Ora, Sport Taranaki and Māori Women's Welfare League - is changing live. Read more more

 Life changing impact of Mana Wahine programme
August 2019

Flyer drop helps Newstart Gardens identify the hungry

Yellow flyers, offering free vegetables to people in need, have started appearing in letterboxes in New Plymouth. more

Flyer drop helps Newstart Gardens identify the hungry
May 2019

Stop smoking coaches got the skills to help whānau

World Smokefree Day is May 31. Read about the pro coaches in the Taranaki Stop Smoking Service (TSSS). more

Stop smoking coaches got the skills to help whānau
May 2019

Better habits for health, family and budget

Three Tui Ora staff members, who work with youth, walk the talk when it comes to the smokefree message. more

May 2019

Savings make smokefree struggle worth it

Two Taranaki ex-smokers tell their story as the countdown towards World Smokefree Day on May 31 begins. more

Savings make smokefree struggle worth it
April 2019

Standing up for young people in mental health

​The Taiohi Ora Youth Wellness Service adds value to the lives of young people and meets a large amount of unmet need, according to an independent report. more

February 2019

Rocking to healthy lifestyle

The grandchildren told him his home stunk. His wife was unwell in hospital and this time coach George was there for support. These factors combined to ensure Gary and Kresha Jackson remained smokefree when they opted to quit more than four years ago, using the support of the Taranaki Stop Smoking Service run ... more

Rocking to healthy lifestyle
December 2018

Walking the talk in the care of tamariki

Being Mums with their own tamariki ensures the newest members of the Tamariki Ora WellChild team, Dani Atfield and Bailey McLean, understand the struggles other whānau face. more

Walking the talk in the care of tamariki