Whānau Whanake - Whānau Development

Developing Strategies for Practioners working with Whānau

A two day course held at the Albany campus gave insights into new models and strategies for working with whānau.
Outlining the latest developments in areas such as risk and protective factors for whānau wellbeing and converting a crisis to positive whānau planning.
New tools to assist developing profiles and plan intervention strategies and measure outcomes were discussed. All presentations have been printed in the course material handouts. In addition, findings of the four workshops are summarised below.

Workshop 1 - the overall purpose was to consider the significance of positive whānau development by examining one or other of the six key outcome goals. Each group had a specific task.

W1 Kahurangi (80 KB)
W1 Kakariki (80 KB)
W1 Kowhai (77 KB)
W1 Whero (79 KB)

Workshop 2 - Each group were tasked with seperate topics

W2 Kahurangi (80 KB)
W2 Kakariki (77 KB)
W2 Kowhai (77 KB)
W2 Whero (76 KB)

Workshop 3 - Creating Whānau profiles

W3 Kahurangi (77 KB)
W3 Kakariki (79 KB)
W3 Kowhai (79 KB)
W3 Whero (77 KB)

Workshop 4 - Whānau Capacity

W4 Kahurangi (77 KB)
W4 Kakariki (78 KB)
W4 Kowhai (77 KB)

For more information please contact
Dr Te Kani Kingi 
Phone: (04) 801 5799 extn 6021 
Email: Te Kani Kingi

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