May
25
10:00am10:00am

Cancer Society Open Support Group Whakatane

This group is open to anyone living with cancer and/or their carer.  Some members may be newly diagnosed, while others may be undergoing or have finished treatment. New members are always welcome!

Held at Eastbay REAP Whakatane.

Contact: Cancer Society Liaison Nurse, Emma Paisley, on 07 927 6502, or at emmapaisley@cancersociety.org.nz

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May
12
10:30am10:30am

Life Unlimited Hearing Therapy Clinic

Angeline, a hearing therapist from Life Unlimited Tauranga provides a free monthly clinic at the Disabilities Resource Centre, Whakatane.

Get your hearing tested, get advice on hearing aids and other useful equipment and find out whether you could be eligible for funding or subsidies.

Bookings are essential - call the Disabilities Resource Centre on 07 307 1447 or 0800 227 363 to secure your appointment.

See our Hearing Therapy Fact Sheet for more information.

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May
7
7:30am 7:30am

Hospice Palliative Care Lecture Series 2015 - #4

LECTURE 4 - Releasing the potential of nursing by Prof. Jenny Carryer, School of Nursing, Massey University.

Held at Hospice EBOP via teleconference.

For more information, contact Aymee Hunt, Hospice EBOP Clinical Administrator on 07 307 2244 ext 206, or at clinicaladmin@hospiceebop.org.nz.

http://www.hospice.org.nz/palliative-care-lecture-series/upcoming-lectures

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May
5
1:00pm 1:00pm

Blind Foundation Lenz Group Meeting

Support for those with sight impairment.  Features guest speakers and contact with Blind Foundation representatives.  Come and have a cup of tea and a chat with people who share your disability.

Held at the Disabilities Resource Centre, Whakatane.

For more information, call Gill on 07 307 0299.

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Apr
22
9:00am 9:00am

Kia Piki te Ora National Maori Suicide Prevention Hui

  • 81 Truman Ln Tauranga, Bay Of Plenty, 3175 New Zealand (map)
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Suicide is a major health and social issue in New Zealand and it has a devastating effect on whanau, hapu, iwi and communities.

Prevention of suicide is both complex and challenging.  It requires a coordinated approach as when all parts of society pull together, we have the greatest chance of making a real difference to the lives in our community who are at risk.

No-one should ever be alone and we must lean on each other to uplift us, to challenge us, to protect and nurture us.

COST: $50.00
Contact Te Ao Hou Trust to register, on 07 315 6266 or via admin@teaohou.org.nz.

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