Bronchiolitis Services

Contact person: Cheryl Davies
Phone: (04) 939 4629
Fax: (04) 920 2925
Address: Kokiri Marae, 7-9 Barnes St, Seaview, Lower Hutt 5010
Open: Mon – Fri 8.30am - 5.00pm

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Working with Whanau to promote the

understanding and management of asthma and respiratory conditions.

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IS IT BRONCHIOLITIS?

Bronchiolitis is an infection of the airways in the lungs. It most often occurs with pēpi in their first 2 years of life. The infection starts with signs and symptoms similar to those of a common cold but then progresses to coughing and wheezing. Although it is often a mild

illness some pēpi are at risk of developing a more severe bronchiolitis that requires

hospitalisation.

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

We can visit you in your home and give advice on the following areas:

  • What is Bronchiolitis?
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Prevention
  • Smoking and Bronchiolitis
  • Monitoring pēpi’s Bronchiolitis using a Symptom Chart
  • Bronchiolitis kit for whānau
  • Provide clinical assessment on pēpi
  • Including vital signs; temperature/heart rate/respiratory rate and pēpi’s breathing.

Mā wai tēnei ratonga? Who can access this service?

  • We are set up specifically to meet the needs of Maori and we are grassroots driven.
  • Available to whanau who live in the Hutt Valley, Wainuiomata or Upper Hutt Regions

Whakapā mai- Who to contact for more information

  • Phone 04 939 4629 and ask for Cheryl
  • See us at Kokiri Marae 7-9 Barnes St, Seaview, Lower Hutt 5010
  • Complete the Contact Form to have someone call you back
  • Click Here to make a referral to one of our services

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Bronchiolitis Services

Bronchiolitis Services

Contact person: Cheryl Davies
Phone: (04) 939 4629
Fax: (04) 920 2925
Address: Kokiri Marae, 7-9 Barnes St, Seaview, Lower Hutt 5010
Open: Mon – Fri 8.30am - 5.00pm

Working with Whanau to promote the

understanding and management of asthma and respiratory conditions.

 THIS IS A FREE SERVICE

IS IT BRONCHIOLITIS?

Bronchiolitis is an infection of the airways in the lungs. It most often occurs with pēpi in their first 2 years of life. The infection starts with signs and symptoms similar to those of a common cold but then progresses to coughing and wheezing. Although it is often a mild

illness some pēpi are at risk of developing a more severe bronchiolitis that requires

hospitalisation.

HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?

We can visit you in your home and give advice on the following areas:

  • What is Bronchiolitis?
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Prevention
  • Smoking and Bronchiolitis
  • Monitoring pēpi’s Bronchiolitis using a Symptom Chart
  • Bronchiolitis kit for whānau
  • Provide clinical assessment on pēpi
  • Including vital signs; temperature/heart rate/respiratory rate and pēpi’s breathing.

Mā wai tēnei ratonga? Who can access this service?

  • We are set up specifically to meet the needs of Maori and we are grassroots driven.
  • Available to whanau who live in the Hutt Valley, Wainuiomata or Upper Hutt Regions

Whakapā mai- Who to contact for more information

  • Phone 04 939 4629 and ask for Cheryl
  • See us at Kokiri Marae 7-9 Barnes St, Seaview, Lower Hutt 5010
  • Complete the Contact Form to have someone call you back
  • Click Here to make a referral to one of our services

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