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Well Child/Tamariki Ora providers
(Everywhere: Wellington, Kapiti, Porirua, Hutt Valley, Wairarapa)
Plunket offers a range of family care services including Well Child/Tamariki Ora Health assessments in the home, clinic, and Kohanga Reo environments, free parenting education courses, breastfeeding support, parent support groups and car seat services. For more information, visit their website.
Hora Te Pai
Hora Te Pai provides all core assessments to Tamariki (0-5 years) through home visits, including breastfeeding support, parent education, support groups, support for hapu wahine and support from our Whanau Ora team and GP service. For more information, visit their website.
Te Runanga o Toa Rangatira Inc - Ora Toa Health Services
(Wellington and Porirua)
Is a Well Child/Tamariki Ora provider offering holistic care, free growth and developmental checks and support for all tamariki (0-5 years) and their whanau. They deliver services in the home, open clinics, Saturday clinics, Kohanga Reo and creche visits. For more information, visit their website.
Maraeroa Health Clinic
Pacific Health Services
Are a Pacific Well-Child provider for the Hutt Valley. They have a qualified Well Child/Tamariki Ora Nurse. Referrals may be received from LMCs, GPs, community agencies or family self-referrals. For more information, visit their website.
Well Child/Tamariki Ora Services - operates under Te Runanganui o Aitawa Whanui
Provide Well Child/Tamariki Ora health services in the Hutt Valley region, including health protection, clinical assessment, health education, health promotion and whanau care and support. For more information, visit their website.
Is a Maori Well Child/Tamariki Ora provider offers a comprehensive home-based care and education service for Tamariki (0-5 years) and their whanau. They also offer Family Start, a service which provides advocacy and support to whanau in health, education and welfare. For more information, visit their website.