You could use this draft policy to help you develop your own.
Early Childhood Education
This page contains resources and local contact information that you can view and use. It is targeted at people working with children aged under 5 in Hawke's Bay.
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Hawke's Bay District Health Board has constructued this page to support those workiing in Early Childhood as a accessible resource. We will endavour to keep it up to date. Please use the "submit a revison" button for any feedback, updates or suggestions.
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You could use this policy as a guide to developing your own.
The Well Child Tamariki Ora programme is a package of free health services available for all New Zealand children from birth to right before they start school.
For your local B4School Check contact Health Hawke's Bay, at (06) 871 5646
The B4 School Check is a free health and development check for your 4-year-old. It’s the last Well Child Tamariki Ora check and helps give your child the best start at school. Remember to take your child’s My Health Book with you to the check
Safekids Aotearoa provides valuable information, services and advice on unintentional childhood injury prevention.
You can click here for information and advice on all matters relating to childhood immunisations.
Resource for childhood skin infections, prevention and treatment ( in Samoan)
Resource for childhood skin infections, prevention and treatment in Te Reo Maori.
Resource for childhood skin infections, prevention and treatment.
Asthma Foundation resources for both whanau and teachers includes: an App and action plan templates in both Te Reo Maori and English
Details about the community oral health (dental service)
Gastroenteritis or tummy bug or gastro - is an infection and inflammation of the intestines or gut.
Click herre to learn about the work of our Public Health Nurses.