Assessment of Te Whare Tapa Whā – A Māori health model focusing on: taha whānau (family), taha tinana (physical), taha wairua (spiritual) and hinengaro (mental) health, supported by a foundation of taha whenua (land, roots).
A community, whānau, hapū and iwi based re-integration and cultural development plan.
Identify and extend active links to whānau.
Whanaungatanga – Depth and breadth of personal relationships.
Tikanga Māori – Practical knowledge of Māori protocols.
Māori cultural values – Depth of understanding of cultural values.
Te Reo Māori – Knowledge of and connection to the Māori Language.
Oranga Tangata – Physical health and wellbeing of rangatahi and their whānau.
Cultural Identity – Pride in and connection to their cultural identity.
Wairua – Connection to and expression of the inner self, and understanding of spiritual health
Mate Māori – psychological/mental health and distress.