Find resources / Family Start aho session August 2022

Video clips from the Tākai Kōrero aho session held on Friday 26 August, exclusively for Family Start whānau workers.

The first of a series of quarterly online wānanga exclusively for Family Start whānau workers was held on Friday 26 August 2022. The Tākai Kōrero aho sessions are a great way to fill your kete with knowledge and support, while connecting with other whānau workers across the motu.

And we shone the spotlight on Family Start with a kōreroreo with Sarah Wills of Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi Trust.


The impact of trauma on the brain

Deb Rewiri from Brainwave Trust Aotearoa discusses the impact of trauma, stress and how we can have courageous child-centred conversations as whānau workers.


Planning visits with the Tākai website and resources

Jayson Kingsbeer from Tākai and Lisa Capewell from the Pā Harakeke team at Oranga Tamariki walk through ways to make the most out of your home visits and share tips and tricks to best use the Tākai website and resources.


Spotlight on Family Start

Lily Chalmers from Tākai has a kōrero with Sarah Wills of Te Puawaitanga ki Ōtautahi Trust, a kaupapa Māori provider of a range of health, education and social services. Established by the Māori Women’s Welfare League, their services support whānau across the different stages of life.