The SPHC Coordinator will work across the Southern DHB area assisting all mental health and addiction services, adult and children services from the secondary and primary (community) sectors that engage with family/whānau to meet the guidelines.
Supporting Parents Healthy Children
The focus and priorities are the needs pf the children of parents with mental health and/or addiction issues.
The aim of the role is to support and promote positive family relationships and the social and emotional development of all children.
The coordinator will also assist to strengthen family/whānau centered "best practice" at the personal, service practice and organisational levels.
This will include identifying and supporting the professional development of the workforce to recognise and respond to the needs of the children and their family/whānau.
The SPHC Coordinator will also assist the MHAID Service and the Supporting Parents Healthy Children Advisory and Working Group.
The wellbeing of children is everyone's responsibility
- SPHC Quarterly Newsletters -
SUPPORTING PARENTS HEALTHY CHILDREN RESOURCE PACK
- Contents Page
- PDF Version Family/whānau Talk Booklet - click here for an online version
- Kids Plan
- Family/whānau Care Plan
- SAFE - a tool for Supporting Parents Healthy Children
- Parenting through challenging times
- Living Well - Click here for PDF
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If you would like copies of any of these resources please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
Positive Affirmation Cards (New) - This is a good PDF file to have saved on your phone or a tablet
Positive Affirmation Cards - A4 PDF to print out
Self Care Cards (New) - This is a good PDF file to have saved on your phone or a tablet
Self Care Cards - A4 PDF to print out
If you would like to make a flipchart like the one below click on the picture for a link to a printout and instructions
Useful website links:
Services who provide support to family/whanau of those with mental health and/or addiction challenges