... saw the need for short-term caregivers in their community and took up the challenge.Transitional, respite and emergency are the types of care that Caleb and Gabe provide. As their own family is so young, short-term care works well as they can care for children that they wouldn't be able to on a long-term basis.For Caleb and Gabe, this type of care fits their lifestyle and allows them to make a difference.
"It's not hard. It's just fun and a chan...
OIA Response (PDF 243KB)
7 Feb 2019
Oranga Tamariki strategy on Diversity and Inclusion
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17 Dec 2018
Donations and gifts received by Oranga Tamariki
OIA Response (PDF 206KB)
11 Dec 2018
Research into child sexual abuse in New Zealand
OIA Response (PDF 469KB)
26 Nov 2018
Policies relating to unborn babies
OIA Response (PDF 649KB)
29 Nov 2018
State Services Commission Inquiry into the Use of External Security Consultants
30 Apr 2019
Information on forced or underage marriage
OIA Response (PDF 329KB)
30 Apr 2019
The number of reports of concern and investigations in Little Waihi
OIA Response (PDF 514KB)
29 Apr 2019
Statistics relating to Pacific Island children
OIA Response (PDF 549KB)
10 Apr 2019
Statistics on Māori and non-Māori in care with disabilities and access to health services in care
OIA Response (PDF 8.81MB)
2 Apr 2019
Statistics relating to investigations and uplifts as a re...
... Social Workers in Schools (SWiS)SWiS is a primary and intermediate-school based community social work service. SWiS social workers are available to support selected primary, intermediate, composite and Kura Kaupapa Māori schools; working primarily with children in years one to eight (ages 5 -12).Referrals can be made by the children or family themselves, the school, or community or government agencies. Referrals need the consent of the parent or primary caregiver and families' involvement...
... NEETS and a lot of the difference between -- most of the difference between male and female is to do with caregiving duties. Now I don't have access to caregiving duties, but what I've done is broken down the NEET rates by whether you have one or more children. So on the left, this is the NEET rate for 20 - 24 year olds without children and on the right what is the NEET rate if you have at least one child. The rate for male increases, doubles, but the rate for females is over half. And a...
Safe Whānau Initiatives from Police - video transcript
... the Family Violence Death Review Committee, and she came up and helped me develop a graduated Family Harm Response Model, which is a set of safety actions that an officer can take at the scene based on this assessment that they do for the victim, the children and the perpetrator. Does that all make sense to you, or is that just babble? Got it? Yeah? Makes sense? So it's all very evidence-based. Our frontline officers put this into practice, underneath it all is a whole pile of research and evid...