Whānau Centre

Overview

Ngā Pou o Te Whare o Waipareira is the group that represents all the providers based in Whānau Centre that together can look at how working collectively can make a difference to outcomes for Whānau.

The partners in Whānau Centre include:

  1. Physio Absolute
  2. Smile Dental
  3. Origin Health Clinic
  4. Columbus Coffee
  5. Drake New Zealand
  6. Unichem – Waiora Community Pharmacy
  7. Work and Income

#tātou is the place based Collective Impact initiative with partners in Whānau Centre and is the ‘live’ learning environment informing all key learnings and research for Te Pae Herenga o Tāmaki.

Combining services and skills of partners within Whānau Centre, these partners are working collectively on two broad objectives:

  1. To support whānau improve their health and wellbeing (with a focus on obesity) and,
  2. To improve collaboration and health literacy in the Whānau Centre.

Two (2) years into this journey has generated several key learnings and reflections.

These publications document partner and whānau progress to date against these objectives and more defined indicators.

Keep coming back to this page as we continue to update progress along the way.

Ngā Pou o Te Whare o Waipareira - The Whānau Centre Collective Impact Initiative #tātou - Whānau Centre Health Needs Assessment

This health needs assessment was commissioned as part of the #tātou Collective impact initiative. This health needs assessment is useful in identifying the high and complex needs of whānau accessing services at Whānau Centre and can be used to inform funding and service design decisions.

Ngā Hua o #tātou Understanding, Navigating and Embedding Outcomes for Collective Impact Part 1

This report highlights measurement frameworks as essential element in CI and the need for flexibility to adapt as the CI process evolves over time.

Ngā Hua o #tātou - Emerging Trends of Success Whānau Impact Part 2

Infographic about the impact #tātou is making with whānau against key indicators and towards the main objectives.

Ngā Hua o #tātou - Navigating Whānau to Healthy Lifestyles Whānau Impact Part 3

One of the biggest challenges of a Collective Impact (CI) initiative is to bring together its strengths to translate its shared vision to action. As a workforce we constantly need to think about our work as part of a larger context and consider how our contribution fits into the larger puzzle of activities.

A key strength of our Whānau Centre CI initiative, #tātou, is its workforce and the talent and expertise they bring. This is the third installment of our #tātou series where we hope groups can learn and leverage off our experience, and in particular our Whānau Centre Navigators.

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