Asian Health Services
3 Mary Poynton Cres, Takapuna (North Shore office)
Waitakere Hospital, 55-75 Lincoln Rd, Henderson (Waitakere office)
Ph: (09) 486 8314 | Extn: 42314
Fax: (09) 486 8347
25 NZSL medical signs - https://www.healthnavigator.org.nz/health-a-z/d/deafness/?tab=18388
NZSL dictionary with video examples - https://www.nzsl.nz/
The Waitemata DHB Community Alcohol and Drugs Service (CADS) has an Asian Counselling Service available which offers the following FREE services:
Provision of alcohol and/or drug misusing, or problem gambling related information
Individual and family counseling
Provision of information via email
Referral to any other health professionals
Free interpreters (more than 20 languages) provided within CADS therapeutic sessions
Who can be a CADS client:
Residents in the Auckland region
Clients with alcohol and/or drug abuse, or gambling problems
Significant others (friends, family members)
Available Monday to Friday 9am-4.30pm
(09) 845 1818 (English)
(09) 442 3232 (Language line - Chinese , Korean only)
(09) 845 1845
On our eCALD website you will find the following resources:
Cross-Cultural Resources: Resources with additional researched cultural-topics not covered in detail within the CALD Cultural Competency courses. The aim of these resources (which are not courses) is to further increase cultural awareness, knowledge and skills of learners / viewers.
Translated Information: Brochures / information translated into multiple languages including healthcare system and general health information (e.g. ACC, Diabetes, Mental Health) which could be useful for CALD patients / clients / families. You will also find some communication tools and other useful New Zealand sites that publishing translated information as well.
Publications: A list of publications relating to Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin and African populations, health needs, cultural competency approaches, model of care, service development, demographics, evaluation, and more.
Migrant and Refugee Services: A list of CALD migrant and refugee health and social support services in the Auckland Region, compiled by the Northern Region Alliance Ltd Asian, Migrant and Refugee Health Project Manager and Asian Health Support Services as part of a stocktake of services.
Cultural Competence Assessment Tools: List of tools/checklists for self-assessment of one's own level of cultural competence.
View more information at www.CALD.com
www.yourlocaldoctor.co.nz - An enrolment drive for Auckland’s new migrant communities
The website of ‘your local doctor’ helps address the lack of understanding of the New Zealand healthcare system among new migrants particularly from Asian countries. The lack of awareness, exacerbated by language barriers, contributes to the lower General Practice enrolment rate among residents, e.g. people grouped as ‘Asian’ in the Auckland region. The website will help people to understand the importance of having a family doctor and use the primary care services for better health outcomes and experiences. This website has contents of ‘why enrol’, ‘where should I go’, ‘find a doctor’, useful links, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and case studies in three languages, English, Simplified Chinese and Korean.
This site was originally developed by the Waitemata Asian PHO Enrolment Working Group, which was set up in February 2011 to address PHO enrolment rates in the Waitemata district (northern and western Auckland). Its members are comprised of representatives from settlement support agencies, NGO providers, immigration networks, primary and secondary care and the Funding & Planning departments of DHBs. The updated website (May, 2016) has been refreshed by the Auckland Regional Asian & MELAA Primary Care Working Group.
NZ Health System information in multiple languages;
Click here: http://www.yourlocaldoctor.co.nz/useful/the-nz-health-system/
An advance care plan encourages people to plan for their future health care, with a focus on what matters to them.
A new campaign, Kia kōrero | Let’s talk features the personal stories of six New Zealanders at different stages of life and wellness.
The campaign is run primarily on social media and is available in te reo Māori, Samoan, Tongan and Chinese.
You can view all six stories here www.myacp.org.nz
Posters can be ordered in all of the above languages online here.
Start your plan today – think about your future health and talk to your loved ones about what really matters to you.
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