AGM Notice (1) Alzheimers Nelson Society Inc. Annual General Meeting Wednesday 20th June 2018 10 am - 12.00 Noon At Stoke Baptist Church Main Road Stoke (next to McCashins Brewery)…
Alzheimers Nelson Society Our monthly Library Drop in Clinics provide a place for those living with memory loss to get advice, information and support. We offer a number of these…
Looking for a dynamic and motivated Coordinator to play a pivotal role in an established local NGO, working with migrants, refugee communities and newcomers to the region. Seeking capable person with a proven record in funding applications, organising activities and events, community networking and working with culturally diverse groups.
Are you a foster caregiver, whanau/ kin caregiver, grandparent raising grandchildren or a professional supporting caregivers? We explore the principles of trauma informed caregiving practice and how this relates to a child’s behaviours. We look at how therapeutic caregiving supports tamariki to heal and thrive using the principle of Connection before Correction.
The regions finest youth musicians return to the stage for a dose of bass thumping, drum pumping live music to warm you up this winter.
OFFICE TO LEASE (Affordable, CBD and in a community hub)
Community Lunch Wednesday June 6 at 11:45am St Barnabas Church Stoke (opposite Countdown) All welcome Donation
Interactive workshops: Understand, celebrate and manage your gift of sensitivity. Sun 27th May 3.30pm Are you highly sensitive? Thu 31st May 7pm Boundaries for sensitive people Sun 10th June 3.30 Highly sensitive children Thu 14th June 7pm Boundaries for sensitive children Thu 28th June 7pm Your thoughts change your health
Come along and enjoy the company of like minded people from community Organisations. Our speakers this month will be Robin Francis from Al/non and Fiona from Kidpower. We are lucky enough to have a lunch also provided for a koha from the Loaves and Fishes team.
This programme is designed to enable participants to develop more awareness of their cultural characteristics and those of others so they can communicate more effectively across cultural boundaries. It focuses on using effective communication to build the kinds of relationships that will lead to effective interaction in the workplace, throughout the community.