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Children's Teams contact information This table provides the direct contacts for Children's Teams. Important – please never email referrals or any personal information about tamariki or their whānau to the Children’s Team. Children’s Team Email Phone number Rotorua Rotorua.childrensteam@ot.govt.nz (07) 921 5082 Te Tai Tokerau Tetaitokerau.childrensteam@ot.govt.nz 029 237 9147 Horowhenua/Ōtaki horowhenuaotaki...

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Compliments, complaints and suggestions We want to hear from children and young people about their experience with us, good or bad.We value the views of children and encourage them to speak up about how they feel and anything that's happened to them. We’ve also developed information, including this video and printed resource, specifically for them....

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Information sharing presentation

Information Sharing A resource to support those in the child welfare and protection sector to use the Oranga Tamariki Act information sharing provisions. Introduction Sharing the right information, at the right time with the right people can make a huge difference to the outcomes for tamariki and whānau, hapū and iwi. The information sharing provisions of the Oranga Tamariki Act 1989 (the Act) facilitate the request and disclosure of information by agencies and professionals wit...

Enquiry Form

Use this form to enquire about becoming a caregiver. The information you provide is secure and will only be used in relation to your interest in becoming a caregiver. We only need one contact point, although you are welcome to provide more. And remember, there's no 'ideal' caregiver – you don't need to be a couple, or even in a relationship....

Tamariki resource for information sharing

Keeping me safe and well Someone asks Someone says I’m helping te tamaiti. What can you tell me about te tamaiti? I can tell you if you can tell me what you want to know and why, and if you have a good reason. I am asking because: • I want to help te tamaiti • I want te tamaiti to be safe and well To help te tamaiti people need to have: • The right information • At the right time They don’t need to know everything - just the stuff they need to do their job right....

Information sharing scenarios

SCENARIO 1: SHARING INFORMATION WITH OTHERS AND REQUESTING INFORMATION FROM POLICE For further information and support about information sharing visit: https://www.orangatamariki.govt.nz/working-with-children/information-sharing/ Background John (13 years old) receives treatment from Child Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) for anxiety. He lives with his mother, two younger siblings and grandmother. John’s unc...