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Here at Access Community Health, we want to say thank you to all our nurses near and far.We want to thank you for your mahi and your ongoing health promotion throughout the community. Nurses have always been at the forefront of change in health care and public health and today we celebrate all they have done to help make our communities fit and healthy.Here at Access we have more then 160+ nurses who work continuously to care for our clients. They are filled with bravery and courage and today we celebrate their amazing work.Nurses are truly superheroes. They brave the front lines so we don’t have to. And today and every other day we greatly appreciate your service. ❤️🩹 ❤️👩⚕️ 👨⚕️ ❤️❤️🩹 ... See MoreSee Less
Kia Ōra! Here at Access Commnunity Health we are all for supporting and uplifting any causes that bring positive outcomes in our community. At NZ Spinal Trust their mission is to empower people with spinal cord impairments and their whānau to embrace positive futures. They provide support and information services across New Zealand to help people overcome challenges, create strong networks and pursue opportunities, following their spinal impairment.Read below for more information on how you can donate, share and be apart of this life changing space ☘️“Happy to support this wonderful cause, I have just made a donation. Even though Dad is no longer with us I still find I refer to the ‘Back on Track’ manual from time to time. For me It’s actually part of the reflection process, processing that journey and the memories as it was such an impactful traumatic time for all of us and one I will never forget. The manual is a valuable resource - I will never forget the day our world tuned upside down and we eventually found our selves at Burwood Spinal Unit and were given the manual to help us understand and come to the realism of the future. For me it certainly helped to understand the enormity of the situation.” This was Tina’s email to us, and a bit of an eye opener to be honest. What a gift to know that BOT is still helping Tina to process her journey – the whanau journey is also a pretty intense one. If you’d like to ensure ‘Back On Track’ remains relevant to support future families as they take on their personal SCI journey please donate. And remember - every dollar you give before May 8th will be matched by the Rotary Club of Avonhead. www.nzst.org.nz... See MoreSee Less