This edition promotes the 16th CCIG webinar, a research article and the AFS incredible years parenting programme.
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Caring for People with Dementia Together is a project set up in March 2021 to improve the Dementia Services for Chinese People Living with Dementia and their carers.
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) contracts 13 community-based providers to deliver settlement support services to quota refugees following their arrival in settlement locations around the country.
Suitable for academics and researchers, policymakers and service managers, clinicians, community practitioners, and students who work in or are interested in Asian and Ethnic Minority (A/EM) health.
Indian Origin Pride New Zealand is a charitable trust leading the way for LGBTQIA++ Indians and their families in Aotearoa New Zealand so that they can be proud of their identity.
Asian Family Services (AFS) can assist Asian families living in Auckland facing financial difficulties while self-isolating because of COVID-19 by applying for the MSD (Ministry of Social Development) discretionary fund.
Pegasus Health is a primary health organisation providing services and support to general practices and community-based health providers.
Capturing the Diversity Dividend of Aotearoa/New Zealand (CaDDANZ) is a research programme led by teams from University of Waikato and Massey University.
Tips for a healthy smile “It’s easy to protect your family’s smile!” posters in multiple languages are available at no charge on the New Zealand Dental Association website.
Message from the Ministry of Health The Mental Health (Compulsory Assessment and Treatment) Act 1992 is legislation that sets out when, why and how the government can intervene in a person’s life to give them mental health treatment against their will.
The Asian Network Incorporated (TANI) has created a directory of support and resources available in Auckland and Hamilton in relation to COVID-19 to help those who need support.
The Asian Network Incorporated (TANI) has launched its new publication “Asian Public Health in Aotearoa” in October.
Asian Family Services (AFS), a subsidiary of the Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand, is trialling a digitally enabled interpreter service.