SPHC ACES Online Forum

Start Date
Wed, 14 September 2022 - 9:00 am
End Date

Whāraurau invites you to attend:

Supporting Parents Healthy Children, First 1000 days, Adverse Childhood Experiences Online Forum

The Whāraurau Supporting Parents Heathy Children, Parenting and Trauma teams present this forum. The focus of the this forum is the first 1000 days of a tamariki's life, prevention of ACES through enhancement of growth in protective factors, and how this integrates into whānau inclusive practice. The intended outcomes are that the workforce will leave with increased knowledge and tangible tools to translate into practice.

The themes are:

  • Supporting Parents Healthy Children
  • First 1000 days
  • Whānau inclusive practice
  • ACES - protective factors
  • Parental mental wellbeing, trauma, and parenting practice


The agenda is attached under the resources tab below.


The recording of this day can be found here wharaurau.org.nz/resources/videos


For queries about this event please contact:

[email protected]

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Lisa Gear

Mental Wellbeing Navigator- Tapuhi Whai Rehitatanga

Mental Wellbeing Navigator for the district

Role scoped by Te Hau Toka, contracted through Central Lakes Family Services

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Keryn O’Neill

Knowledge Manager, Brainwave Trust Aotearoa

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Dr Ganesh Nana

Chair of the Productivity Commission Te Kōmihana Whai Hua o Aotearoa

Ganesh is a first-generation New Zealander, born, bred, and educated in T

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Professor Susan Morton

Director, Centre for Longitudinal Research - He Ara ki Mua. Foundation Director, Growing Up in New Zealand.

Professor Susan

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Dr Moana Eruera

Consultant, Taupua Waiora Snr Research Fellow

Dr Moana Eruera M.

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Dr Alayne Mikahere-Hall

Associate Head of School Māori Advancement School of Public Health & Interdisciplinary Health Studies, Auckland University of Technology

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Maraea Teepa

Manager Voices of Whānau and Community, Oranga Tamariki

Ko Waikirikiri te marae
Ko Hamua te hapū

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Jacqueline Pointon

Senior Manager Atu Mai, Le Va

Jacqueline is from the beautiful villages of Leulumoega Tuai, and Lufilufi.

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Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Passcode: 854538