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Continence issues in Tamariki
Whāraurau invites you to attend our online Lunchtime Learning event:
Continence issues in Tamariki
with Lisa Smith from Continence NZ
This session will cover continence issues for Tamariki, tips for healthy bowel and bladders habits and the importance of assessment and referring on for interventions.
Continence NZ was established to provide a service to people with continence problems, caregivers, health professionals and the general public by providing information and education on continence topics.
Continence NZ has developed a service in an area that has largely been ignored in the past by health professionals and health providers. The sufferers have been too embarrassed or unable to access appropriate help and in a majority of cases, suffered in silence.
Once published, the video of this presentation will be available below in the Resources tab.
Whāraurau is proud to be able to offer a series of monthly online trainings. Throughout the latest lockdown we have been providing weekly Lunchtime Learning events to provide an opportunity for ongoing education and connection for the ICAMH, AOD, NGO and PHO sectors.
We will return to monthly Lunchtime Learnings sessions in October.
Future topics for 2021 include:
- Impact and approaches to maternal addiction, Chandni Prakash - Waitemata DHB
Thursday 14 October 2021
- Talking to young people about drugs: tips, guides and resources, Phil Glaser - Drug Foundation
Thursday 11 November
Please contact us if there is a specific topic you would like to hear more about or if you are able to offer a presentation at one of our Lunchtime Learning events. Email [email protected]
Previous Lunchtime Learning recordings and presentations are located in our video section and include:
- Medical aspects/complications of eating disorders (Dr Raewyn Gavin, Paediatrician ADHB), 9 September 2021
- Resources to support positive parenting during Covid (Rochelle Cave Project Manager, Parent & Teacher Team, Whāraurau) 2 September 2021
- How Tikanga-Informed Care is Trauma-Informed (Dr Kiri Prentice, Consultant Psychiatrist) 12 August 2021
- Trauma-informed practice (Debbie Watkin, Registered Psychologist, Te Puaruruhau) 8 July 2021
- Nutritional interventions to optimise mental health (Meredith Blampied, Registered Clinical Psychologist) 13 May 2021
- Young people and gaming (Caleb Putt, Bay of Plenty DHB)
- Leading the way in understanding self-regulation skills (Abby Wilson, Occupational Therapist)
- Interventions for AOD use disorders in young people (Dr Grant Christie, University of Auckland/Waitemata DHB)
- Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) (John Vogenthaler, Te Pou)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (Wendy Jenkins, Autism NZ)
- Teens who self-harm, contagion and social media (Emily Cooney, CASA)
- Porn and young people in Aotearoa (Jo Robertson, The Light Project)
- Supporting Grief in Children (Rise Trought, Consultant Psychologist, CDHB)
- Working with children with restricted diets (Ursula McCulloch - Consultant Clinical Psychologist CDHB)
- Youth and Psychosis (Dr Eleanor Baggott, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Totara House)
- Key Concepts for "Attachment" (Gill Graham, Waitemata DHB)