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About the webinar:
Ngapuhi, Ngai Tahu, Ngati Whakaue Kaiawhina, Mama & Pepi Te Tai O Marokura Health & Social Services , Kaikoura
DR. PETER MCILROY
General Paediatrician Te Whatu Ora Health NZ Nelson/Marlborough
Pēpi experience the world through the relationship they have within their whānau, and these early experiences set them up for how they interpret the world as they grow older. It is imperative, therefore, that both pēpi and whānau are supported during this crucial period so that pēpi, and our communities, can truly thrive. Kaupapa Māori informed practices understood through matauranga Māori (Māori ways of knowing, being and doing) recognise pēpi and tamariki as taonga. Adopting this world view to inform and underpin service design and delivery for infant mental health ensures whānau and community are partners in the design, development and delivery of services.
Te Pā Harakeke | Nurturing Care in the First 1000 Days framework outlines fundamental principles and recommendations to improve service delivery for vulnerable pēpi in the first 1000 days. People from across the health, social and community sector who work with pēpi and their whānau are invited to join us for this webinar which will:
• Describe the current situation from the voice of the pēpi
• Provide an overview of the evidence for nurturing care in the First 1000 Days
• Discuss key recommendations to improve pēpi and whānau outcomes