Freedom from worryTuesday 4 May, 2021 in Blog Medical Alarms Uncategorized
Having a Freedom Medical Alarm means that you always have a way to seek expert emergency medical attention quickly. Jane Edwards is a busy 82-year-old Kuia, living in Porirua wears her Freedom Medical Alarm on her wrist all the time.
New Zealand Health Group committed to greater equity in Māori representation and outcomesWednesday 28 April, 2021 in Announcements
The gap between healthcare experiences and outcomes of Māori and non-Māori was again highlighted by Health Minister Andrew Little in a recent speech preceding the announcement of radical public health reform.
New Zealand Health Group announces Māori Health scholarshipsTuesday 6 April, 2021 in Announcements
The New Zealand Health Group is proud to announce its sponsorship of three new undergraduate Māori health scholarships in 2021, in partnership with Whitireia New Zealand and its charitable trust for scholarships, the Whitireia Foundation.
The Benefits of Medical AlarmsTuesday 12 January, 2021 in Blog Medical Alarms
We’re kiwis. We love to be independent and get out and about. That’s why a Freedom Medical Alarm is such a good idea for those of us getting on in years or for anyone with an ongoing medical condition.
Delivering Positive Behaviour SupportFriday 23 October, 2020 in Blog Mental health and wellbeing
In 2016, myself and a colleague delivered a seminar on behalf of HealthCare NZ’s Explore team to the ASID NZ Conference, in which our key message was to explain how the fundamental aim of Positive Behaviour Support is to improve the quality of the person’s life and for those around them.