1. Watch the recorded webinar below from start to finish.
2. To claim your hours, click on the claim a certificate button. This will send you a quick quiz about the webinar, once answered a certificate will be generated for you.

Brainwave Kaiako & practising GP in Invercargill

BSocSci, GradDipT, DipTeReo, DipMed Arts Learning Designer/National Coach for Brainwave

Dr Tabitha Luecker is an experienced GP who can think of no better preventive medicine than knowledge and understanding of the importance of protective factors during childhood. Tabitha believes getting this information to the community, future parents, and professionals working alongside whanau should be a health priority.

André Ngapo joined Brainwave in 2014, and is currently the Learning Designer and National Coach, bringing over 25 years of experience as an educator working with tamariki, whanau and kaimahi/professionals across social services, justice, corrections, education and health.

Whakamana i te tamaiti. Brainwave’s vision is that all children in Aotearoa/New Zealand are valued and nurtured in order to reach their full potential. Brainwave Trust Aotearoa provides targeted, culturally responsive programmes, wider education, advocacy and builds partnerships focused on child and adolescent development and wellbeing.

There is much research on how Adverse Childhood Experiences can affect future health. You may be supporting people now who have had adverse experiences in the past. Join us for an informative webinar that will take a ‘how come’ approach to provide background knowledge, context and understanding that will inform your empathy, korero, response and care.