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Application dates

Applications open: Wednesday 16 August 2017 – 9am. 
Applications close: Tuesday 12 September 2017 – 5pm. 
Interviews will be held: From 3 - 5 October 2017, if successful you will be sent an appointment time with full details.
NESP programme start date: Monday 15 January 2018.
NETP Programme February intake start date: Tuesday 14 February 2018.
NETP Programme March intake start date: Monday 26 March 2018.

START (Supported Transfer Accelerated Rehabilitation Team)

Supported Transfer and Accelerated Rehabilitation Team (START)Supported Transfer and Accelerated Rehabilitation Team (START) is part of the Waikato DHB's Older Persons, Rehabilitation and Allied Health service. START is the Waikato DHB service that supports patients to make a safe and quicker transition from hospital to home. It provides the intensive support and rehabilitation some patients need, but in their home rather than through a longer stay in hospital.  It provides intensive rehabi...

Smart Start

Smart Start provides step-by-step information and support to help you access the right services for you and your baby. This useful website makes it easy for new parents and parents-to-be to understand and access the different services provided by government agencies and other providers in New Zealand. You can find out about: 

registering your baby’s birth
financial help
support services
top baby names.
 You can also log in and save your personal to-do list....

What is Rheumatic Fever?

Rheumatic fever is a serious but preventable illness. Rheumatic fever can start with a sore throat caused by a ‘strep throat’ - a  bacterial infection called Group A Streptococcus (GAS). A free throat swab detects strep throats, and a free ten day course of antibiotics (tablets or syrup) kills the strep bacteria and prevents rheumatic fever.

After your baby has arrived

... is over and your baby has arrived, congratulations!

This page provides information about postnatal care, feeding your baby, contraception, mental health and the wide range of services available to help get you and your baby off to a great start.

How do I get Meals on Wheels?

Please call our co-ordinator to discuss your needs. Ph 07 839 8899 ex 98121. Due to the popularity of our service we may be unable to supply meals five days a week.

We can post you a start up pack or print out & complete the three forms below

Print and complete the three forms below:

Direct debit form
Direct debit instructions
Information request form
Please send the three completed forms to:

Postal address
Meals on...