Te Pou
Matua Raki


Welcome

Te Pou works to support and develop the mental health, addiction and disability workforces in New Zealand. Te Pou incorporates Disability Workforce Development and Matua Raki.

Te Pou has developed a range of resources and information to improve services, support the workforceinform outcomes and provide training and funding

Browse our library for the latest information and research, and read inspiring stories from the sector, that's you!

 

New resource for the disability workforce

Let's get real disabilityLet's get real: Disability has been created to help the disability workforce meet the needs of disabled people, family/whānau and communities.

It describes the skills needed by everyone working in disability, and can be used to inform all aspects of an organisation.




HoNOS tool available for mobile devices

HoNOS toolThe HoNOS tool is now online and available for both Android and Apple devices!

Te Pou created the HoNOS tool to make it easier for mental health clinicians to use the HoNOS suite of outcome measures.

A series of e-books for each of the HoNOS suite of outcome measures.

Learn more about HoNOS and view all Te Pou's HoNOS resources.
 

 

Your stories

Twenty minutes can change the world

Twenty minutes can change the world

Staff and service users at Nelson-Marlborough DHB mental health and acute unit are taking time out together whenever they can, to connect and chat. Read more

Working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations

Working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations

Laura Fergusson Trust Wellington are supporting their staff to respond to individual cultural needs. Staff took part in a cross cultural care workshop, delivered by University of Otago. People rated the workshop as informative and thought provoking.   Read more

Keeping young people safe

Keeping young people safe

NZ Care is supporting staff to deliver quality services to young people. Read more