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OTNZ-WNA Te Tiriti/Treaty Relationship Governance Model
OTNZ-WNA member, Faye Lloyd, (standing) Day stay coordinator for Aroahanui Hospice, Palmerston North
Margo Forest (L) and Diane Henare of Whakamana Hauora (promoting wellbeing).
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Assessment and Treatment
Includes assessment and working with clients (usually children) with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
May include working with people to develop skills for handwriting and other tasks that required fine motor skills.
Supporting wellness, self management, lifestyle changes and recovery.
May include support with stress management, life enhancement, family therapy, psychotherapy spirituality and sexuality.
Assessment for modifications required to vehicles to enable driving.
Design and support of return to work or work rehabilitation programmes.
Can include recommendations for injury prevention.
May include ergonomic assessments of workplaces and tasks.
May include Functional Capacity Evaluations (FCE’s) to determine a person’s general work tolerances and abilities.
May include vocational counselling through determining a person’s background, skills and abilities that can be transferred to alternative employment.
Can include provision of workplace training for the prevention of injury, including moving and handling training.
May include working with designers and architects to optimize healthy human-environment interaction.
Includes people who have an age related disability, physical disability, mental health issue or intellectual disability .
Supporting self management and effective coping strategies.
Includes Pain, fatigue, chronic health issues and disability.
May include managing the changing needs caused by a palliative condition such as cancer and treatment so that a person can continue to do the everyday tasks that are important to them.
May include review of Aged Residential Care or other residential facility to enable occupation for residents.
May include assessment of needs for mobility scooters.