A collective of wh?nau ora services are achieving better outcomes for Maori by working together.
Te Pae Herenga o Tamaki director of data performance Brad Norman said knowing the impact their whanau ora services were having collectively revealed the greatest areas of need for whanau.
‘We’ve looked at investing in warrants and registrations for cars – licensing for whanau as well – so that they are driving legally and safely.
School resources – improvements in physical health and gym memberships in some areas as well.
‘It is about improving whanau in whatever their needs are in that moment that matters’.
Mr Norman said in the past two years 98 percent of the whanau who had used their services had achieved immediate outcomes.