Nurture, Enjoy, Teach- Early Intervention

Contact person: Kerry Dougall
Phone: (04) 920 1460
Fax: (04) 939 4640
Address: Kokiri Marae, 7-9 Barnes St, Seaview, Lower Hutt 5014
Open: Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5.00pm

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Ngā Whakamārama - Service Description

Early Intervention is a free home visiting programme for whānau who are either expecting a pepi or have a pepi less than 12 months of age.

The programme aims to improve the overall circumstances of the whānau and is designed to assist you with your new pepi to give your whānau the best possible start in life together.  The whānau worker is able to work alongside and support whānau until the tamaiti is, in some cases up to the age of 5 years.

Mā wai tēnei ratonga? Who can access this service?

Whānau who have a pepi under the age of 12 months, live in the Lower Hutt, Upper Hutt or Wainuiomata area and can tick any of the following:

  • teenage mother
  • unsupported parent
  • relationship issues
  • parenting/bonding problems
  • family violence
  • SIDS risk
  • social Isolation
  • minimal, late or no ante natal care

Whakapā mai- Who to contact for more information

  • Phone 04 920 1460 and ask for Kerry
  • See us at Kokiri Marae 7-9 Barnes St, Seaview, Lower Hutt 5014
  • Complete the Contact Form to have someone call you back
  • Click Here to make a referral to one of our services

 

 

Whakatauki

Ahakoa he iti he pounamu

This is a metaphor for something precious or a treasure from the heart

 

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Nurture, Enjoy, Teach- Early Intervention

Early Intervention

Contact person: Kerry Dougall
Phone: (04) 920 1460
Fax: (04) 939 4640
Address: Kokiri Marae, 7-9 Barnes St, Seaview, Lower Hutt 5014
Open: Mon - Fri 8.30am - 5.00pm

Ngā Whakamārama - Service Description

Early Intervention is a free home visiting programme for whānau who are either expecting a pepi or have a pepi less than 12 months of age.

The programme aims to improve the overall circumstances of the whānau and is designed to assist you with your new pepi to give your whānau the best possible start in life together.  The whānau worker is able to work alongside and support whānau until the tamaiti is, in some cases up to the age of 5 years.

Mā wai tēnei ratonga? Who can access this service?

Whānau who have a pepi under the age of 12 months, live in the Lower Hutt, Upper Hutt or Wainuiomata area and can tick any of the following:

  • teenage mother
  • unsupported parent
  • relationship issues
  • parenting/bonding problems
  • family violence
  • SIDS risk
  • social Isolation
  • minimal, late or no ante natal care

Whakapā mai- Who to contact for more information

  • Phone 04 920 1460 and ask for Kerry
  • See us at Kokiri Marae 7-9 Barnes St, Seaview, Lower Hutt 5014
  • Complete the Contact Form to have someone call you back
  • Click Here to make a referral to one of our services

 

 

Whakatauki

Ahakoa he iti he pounamu

This is a metaphor for something precious or a treasure from the heart

 

Takiri Mai


Phone 0508 KOKIRI - [email protected]

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