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The purpose of this evaluation report is to identify whether participants’ values, attitudes, knowledge and skills in the application of sensory modulation increased as a result of attending the workshop.
The terms of reference for the Sensory Modulation National Practice Group is outlined by Te Pou to set out the establishment, functions, and operations of the group.
Covid-19 is affecting Pasifika peoples, especially in Auckland. Here is what the evidence tells us.
O lenei oloa e patino lava i tagata o faalapotopotoga tuma’oti (NGOs) e fesoasoani i tagata i o latou aiga ma ua fautuaina e a latou fale faigaluega ina ia fa’aaogā meatotino mo le puipuiga o le tino (PPE).
‘Oku fakataumu’a ‘a e tohi fakahinohino’ ni, kiate kinautolu ‘oku ‘i he ngaahi potungāue tāutaha, ‘o ‘ikai te nau ‘i he malumalu ‘o e Pule’anga’, pea ‘oku nau tokoni’i ‘a e kakai ‘i honau ngaahi ‘api takitaha ‘a ia kuo osi fale’i ke nau ngāue’aki ‘a e naunau malu’i (PPE) mei he’enau ngaahi ngāue’anga.
This service review tool provides guidance for mental health services in implementing a whole-of-system and evidence-informed approach towards least restrictive practice. You can work through the full review tool of all six strategies or work through each strategy one at a time. Individual documents for each of the strategies can be downloaded below.