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Covid-19

We're developing new resources and ways of working to help our workforces during the times of COVID-19

We're here for you

Our Covid-19 portal is designed to bring together resources to help you cope with Covid-19 and work in a world that is increasingly complex.

Here you will be able to view and download resources across a range of topics relevant to a Covid-19-affected existence.

You can also find out more about how we are adapting our training capabilities and modalities as we move into online workshops, webinars, and remote training.

Covid-19 resources

Values in Action

Watch the recording of our Values in Action: Working remotely webinar

Using Sensory Strategies to help cope with COVID-19

Watch a recording of our webinar, "Kapa haka or herbal tea? Using sensory strategies to cope with COVID-19 and other challenging situations".

An opportunity

We have a unique opportunity to design and implement more inclusive and accessible societies. Secretary-General António Guterres spoke at the meeting of principals on the United Nations Disability Inclusion Strategy. Read what he said here.

Equally Well

We've been working hard on Equally Well. It is an especially important time to achieve equity in supporting the physical health needs of people with lived experience of mental health and addiction issues. People with lived experience are, on average, two to three times more likely to have co-occurring physical health issues, many of which go unrecognised alongside experiencing social, cultural and economic inequities. Click here to visit our Equally Well Covid-19 page, or click the image below.

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Resources

Te Pou has a wide range of evidence-based resources and tools to help the mental health, addiction and disability workforces.

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Our work

Te Pou works alongside mental health and addiction services, and disability organisations to understand their priorities and workforce challenges.

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