Kia Ora All..
The month of May has been extremely busy with the Z Good in the Hood promotion. It is exciting to be working with the amazing Aiga Team. They are wanting to continue to work with us, not only in the month of May, but contribute towards some events and projects within our region. I will keep you posted.
Just some feedback about trainings. The trainings are all running really well. To ensure the validity of the programme and that you are able to get everything out of the time, we respectfully ask that those attending workshops to please be there by 9.00am, ready to start and we request that unless really urgent, that you could stay until the end.
Noho Ora Mai
Caregiver Support Group
I want to welcome our new caregivers to Fostering Kids New Zealand support-especially all our new whanau caregivers.
Keep an eye out for the support groups coming to your area.
Pukekohe support group – 11 June- Muffin Break Pukekohe- 10.00am-12.00pm
Just a reminder we have 2 Facebook pages for caregivers… feel free to join and see information that is placed on there by other caregivers.
We have the newly written Understanding & Supporting Behaviour workshop coming up in Manurewa on 6 June. Limited places are still available. We are also running The Importance of PLAY, in Hamilton this term on 20 June and South Auckland next term. The final workshop this term is Carer Families on 26 June. Please register online following this link or contact Christine on 0800 100 849 or email@example.com
All training start at 9am. Please arrive 10 minutes early to ensure we are able to start promptly. This is to ensure the validity of the programme, that you are able to get the most out of the programme and that you do not interrupt the training. We also request that unless really urgent you stay until the end, 3pm. Please send a text message to Training if you are unable to attend – 027 501 0353.
I look forward to seeing you at a training soon.
Please feel free to ring me if you require any information about Fostering or support with the children in your care.
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