Wellchild services booklet marlb final sept 10 09

This directory has been compiled to assist parents of preschoolers in the community as a reference guide with to services available. This parenting directory lists a number of services, available to support and strengthen parents in their key role of nurturing, valuing and caring It is for parents/caregivers, teachers, community groups and any other organisations and people who wish to extend their services and support for parents/caregivers in their role of parenting. At the time of printing all effort has been made to ensure the information is as complete and accurate as possible. Check in the Medical Practitioner and Medical Centre section at the front Play & Activity Groups for Preschoolers. A free service for those during pregnancy and within 6 weeks after the All children need a general practice team (doctor and practice nurse) or health provider; the team can support you, your family and your child Look in the yellow pages under Midwives. with information, advice, treatment, immunisation and general Well Child / Tamariki Ora services are about keeping your child, from birth to five years, safe and well, growing and developing to their fullest Well Child / Tamariki Ora services provide: – free checks including dental, vision and hearing checks From four-to-six weeks to three years, there are a further seven core Well Child health checks available from your Well Child Provider at important stages in your child’s life. You and your child will receive your Well Child / Tamariki Ora service from your LMC (lead maternity carer). Your LMC is your midwife or your GP (general practitioner), or in the case of a shared care arrangement, You and your child will receive your Well Child / Tamariki Ora service from a Well Child provider. Your LMC will give you a list of Well Child You can choose who will carry out Well Child / Tamariki Ora care. Well Child providers will include some of the following: • a general practice team (doctor and practice nurse) You and your child will receive a B4 School Check from a general practice team (doctor and practice nurse), health provider and / or Public Health Service. You will be contacted by the B4 Schools From birth to four-to-six weeks, there are four Well Child health checks • Birth • 24 hours • 5 days • 2-4 weeks Plunket Community Karitane and Plunket Kaiawhina (Maori health workers) are educated in a wide range of parenting and health issues On discharge from Wairau Maternity Unit, support with breastfeeding is and visit families in their homes to give extra support. Plunket Line nurses provide 7am - 12 midnight 7 day-a-week advice and support to families with young children. Plunket also provides car-seat rental schemes, playgroups and parent-support groups Free service providing individual consultations during pregnancy and any stage of breastfeeding. Aims to assist women to breastfeed successfully and help overcome any problems. Breast pumps for hire. Babies and Breastfeeding Education & Support. Provides informal mother to mother support including monthly meetings, topic Blenheim Plunket room open for breastfeeding, rest and tea making discussions, library, in a nurturing environment. Meet 1st and 3rd Fridays every month at Redwoodtown Plunket Rooms 10a.m. - midday. Plunket provides free community-based support, health care and education to young families. Plunket Nurses are trained in child and family health/care, and offer Well Child Tamariki Ora visits, health education and promotion, health protection and clinical assessment, In rural areas Public Health Nurses provide free home and clinic-based Well Child Tamariki Ora visits. They also provide general health promotion, education and support for rural tamariki (children) aged from birth to five years and their whanau (families). A health promotion programme to promote early learning with a focus on literacy. Free book packs for new babies, home visits and group Offering a free community Health Service - Whanau Ora, Tamariki Well- Child services. Enquires from all people of the community welcomed. The Centre provides the public and professionals with quality, factual evidence based information to help people make an informed choice about their health and the health of their children. A Maori health programme for mothers and their children (0-14 years). Delivered at the most accessible place for the mother and child, ie Parents Centre is a national organisation set up by parents for parents, and children. Courses offered: Antenatal, Nelson Marlborough District Health Board Local Health and Disability Consumer Advocacy Service Family support in own home, parent education, counselling, children’s Provide advocacy and advice about your rights when receiving a health or disability service, and options for resolving complaints. Provide health services to the Marlborough community to promote good health and wellbeing in the community and provide home and hospital Focus of the organisation is children and young people in one parent families. Activities and support for single parents and their dependant Children receive free dental care from the age of 2 ½ years of age (or earlier if necessary) at your nearest school dental clinic. Free dental Available from Wesley Centre Tues and Wed after 9am (if available). Nelson Marlborough District Health Board Supportive roles for families in stressful situations offering, Strengthening Families Co-Ordinator (a co-ordinated community approach that helps families reach their full potential), OSCAR, Sheets All tamariki (children) are entitled to free national screening checks for and Things, Post Natal Depression Support Service. hearing and vision. This is now done at the B4 School Check for all 4 year olds. B4 School Checks are completed by a variety of health professionals. You will be contacted via letter when your child is due for their check by the B4 School Co-ordinator. CYF's works with families to protect children, manage young offenders, • Seventh Day Adventist, Phone: 578 2869 ensure that children in need are secure and cared for and help families • Methodist (Wesley) office, Phone: 5785796 maintain and strengthen their childrearing role. • Marlborough Family Budgeting Service, Phone: 578 2006 • Maori Womens Welfare Blenheim, Phone: 578 8847, Omaka Phone: Provides confidential free information and referral service. • Birthright Marlborough, Phone: 577 9488 Offer courses in Parent and early childhood education and family visits. Te Rapuora Whanau Ora Service, Phone: 578 3348 Education in women’s and men’s health, discussion about and supply of Offers respite care for children assessed by support works - for children contraceptives and emergency contraceptive pill, sterilisation and unplanned pregnancy counselling, sexuality education. Foodbank services can be accessed through the following organisations Wed 5.30pm, a community dinner for families. Barnardos home–based care and learning service for children aged from Trained voluntary advisors offer free, confidential help to individuals and families in learning to manage their personal household accounts. Provides a crisis and support telephone counselling service, manned 24 hours by trained counsellors. Have a homeline service where we can Support for new migrants and also Marlborough Newcomers Network. ring daily for people living alone or having other issues that need Held at the NMIT campus, 85 Budge Street, Blenheim every 3rd Friday of the month from 10.30 a.m. till 12 noon. For anyone who is looking Promotes and encourages adoption of healthier lifestyles using a variety after their child/children and who would like to get out and about, meet other parents in a similar situation and make new friends and exchange experiences and information. Nanny students are available to help look after the children so you can relax and have conversations. Also information/informal talks and morning tea provided. Parents Centre is affiliated with Parents Centre New Zealand and set up To teach women/couples to recognise and understand times of fertility. Free service to assist whanau reach and maintain optimal health through a range of health education and promotion activities. Provides counselling to individual, couples and/or families with relationship or personal problems. Run education courses and workshops. Mon to Thurs 9am - 2.45pm. Did you know that many Registered as a child and family support social work service. Provide couples are eligible for free relationship counselling? Relationship Christian based homes for foster care where appropriate, after exploring Services provides this counselling nationwide. The Family Court other options such as providing family support. Counselling is available. Provide youth and family mentoring. Promotes well health for all ages through a full health check and agreed objectives. We work with doctor at no cost to clients. Free service for parents and babies from birth to three years. Regular home visits to support and share information, practical ideas and give guidance as the child grows and develops. Informal group meetings to Programme for children who have witnessed family violence and/or meet and share experiences with other parents. sexual abuse. Facilitators of programme are Rob Jenkins and Carla Temporary shelter for women and their children who are victims of family violence,e.g. emotional, physical, verbal, sexual or rape. Supports women rebuilding their lives following traumatic relationships. There is We provide an environment where trained teachers support children’s on going support and women’s support groups are available. learning and development. The Marlborough Kindergarten Association Programmes for children who have witnessed or suffered family violence are also available. Support is available to people who have not come into Seymour Kindergarten (Redwood St) Ph: 5784669 Office hours for Resource Centre 9a.m. – 4p.m. Mon-Fri. Contact: Marlborough Kindergarten Association Playcentre has two functions, to provide sessions for children to play and learn, and to provide learning opportunities for parents. For children living in remote areas. Can be enrolled fulltime or have dual enrolment with mobile kindergarten or other preschool. Phone for John Street Preschool, 1a Henry Street, Blenheim, 5781365 ABC Mayfield, 17 Herbert Street, Blenheim, 5788225 Little Footsteps, 102 Scott Street, Blenheim, 5781416 Programmes for babies and pre-schoolers. Montessori,5 Francis Street, Blenheim,5778443 35 Anglesea Street, Renwick, 5729868/5729848 ABC Blenheim Central Rua Early Learning Centre, Caregivers and pre-schoolers friendly funtime of songs, dance, stories and art at the Cave Youth Centre, 8 Beaver Rd. $2 per child or $4 per St Marys Preschool,41 Maxwell Road, Blenheim, 5780678 ABC Blenheim Central Tahi, 135 High Street, Blenheim, 5784211 Up Town Preschool, 59 Hospital Road, Blenheim, 5788709 ABC Wairau Early Learning Centre, 7 Old Renwick Road, Blenheim, Wednesday and Friday 9.00a.m.-noon. $1 per child. Contact: 2A Dillons Point Road, Blenheim Picton Preschool,44 Kent Street, Picton, 5735530 Te Kupenga Preschool, 120 Aerodrome Road, 578 8571 Pelorus Community Preschool, 49 Main Rd, Havelock, 5742096 Rhythm, music and Play Group, for preschoolers 0-5 years accompanied Preschoolers 0-5 years music and movement, rhyme, rhythm and dance by a parent or caregiver. Every Thursday morning at the Salvation Army $2 per family includes morning tea. Term time only. Hall 10 – 11.30am. Gold coin per family. Free community programme for children. Fun filled session of stories, games, crafts and activities. Held at Wesley Centre, Wednesdays, (For people living in the Renwick/Woodbourne/Wairau Valley area.) Cnr Duncan & Richmond Streets, Seddon. Stories and activities to promote early reading skills. Its fun and free. Last Tuesday of the month 10.30-11.15a.m Contact: Cnr Arthur & Seymour Streets Fun ½ hour of music, dance and rhythm. Wednesday, 2-2.30p.m. at the For preschoolers and their caregiver. Two sessions every Thursday during school term at the Elim Centre Hall, Burleigh Road – 9.00-10.00 a.m. and 10.30-11.30a.m. Both sessions include ½ hour music and ½ hour morning tea and play. $2 per family. Open Wednesday 3.15 - 4.00pm - Market St & Dublin Street corner, Renwick Playcentre, 26 Havelock Street, Renwick on Tuesday 9.30–12 Can also be contacted through the Picton Resource Centre, Play group Monday from 10a.m.-12noon. Gold coin donation. Children under 5 are all welcome to tumble and roll with the Blenheim Gymnastics Club 1.30 - 2.30pm Wednesday, 10.45 – 12.00am Thursday, at the clubrooms, Opawa St extension. Cost $2. A preschool music programme held at 9.30 a.m.every Tuesday during Ring for times open. Become a member of the Toy Library for a small school term at Mayfield School Hall. Gold coin donation. fee and toys are available for hire for 2 weeks. All parents/caregivers with preschoolers welcome. Seddon Plunket Rooms 1st and 3rd Wed of month 9am - 11am. $10 per family for year’s membership. Items range from 50c - $4 to hire for Redwoodtown Plunket Rooms, Bythell Street on Tuesday 9.30-11.30 fortnight. Huge range of indoor and outdoor toys plus dvds, videos, cd roms, puzzles…batteries are supplied. Suits newborns to 6 years old. Gives children a variety of experiences and learning opportunities Held at St Luke’s Church Hall, Ferry Rd, Spring Creek 9.50-10.30a.m. Wednesday & Friday 9.30 am – 12 noon Held at Plunket, Monday 11 a.m. (except Public Holidays) for young mums under 22 years of age with their children. Various guest Anyone who looks after children should learn first aid and rescue breathing. Talk to your health worker about where Leave emergency and contact numbers by the phone. www.kidshealth.org.nz providing information on your child’s www.immune.org.nz immunisation advisory centre. www.teamup.co.nz tips, ideas and information to help you get www.sparc.org.nz sport and recreation New Zealand. www.kiwifamilies.co.nz the essential guide to raising children in New Zealand covering, pregnancy, babies and toddlers to teens.

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