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The Trust office is closed and will stay closed while the Covid-19 Alert Level status remains. Please continue to review this website for updates from the Ministry of Health COVID-19 Update - Ministry of Health NZ. Click here »
The Trust office is closed and will stay closed while the Covid-19 Alert Level status remains. Please continue to review this website for updates from the Ministry of Health COVID-19 Update - Ministry of Health NZ
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Posted on 4 April, 2020
What your Trust is doing.
Update from your Trust - 4th April, 2020
Kia ora koutou katoa
It has now been one full week since the New Zealand Government’s decision to place the country at Alert Level 4 (lockdown) in response to the worldwide COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic crisis and to activate a Civil Defence State of Emergency.
What has your Trust been doing?
Trustees and Operations are liaising, and working closely with various support, government and community agencies, along with local councils across the rohe. A number of our team are in lead roles.
- It is important that Te Ātiawa keep abreast of what is happening.
- Find out who needs assistance.
- What type of assistance is needed.
- How assistance can get to those who need it.
To help to identify what circumstance or situation our members find themselves in during this crisis, it is vital that we are able to communicate with you. And, that our records are up to date.
Please, if you could update your records that would be one way you could help us, to keep you informed.
<CLICK HERE> to enter your phone number; your mobile number; your email address and your residential address. Please be assured, as with all members’ details, this information is kept strictly private.
Operations are currently working on a Telephone Tree - Phase 1.
Shortly, our Kaumātua will be receiving a call from one of the team, to check that the Kaumatua is OK. The team member will also enquire whether the Kaumātua is alone during this crisis, and if they need help of any sort.
If the Kaumātua does require help then the team will contact the appropriate support agency we are working with to arrange the appropriate assistance. Unfortunately our team are also in lockdown during the Crisis and are not able to personally visit.
Te Ātiawa members, both in Aotearoa and Overseas, will be contacted.
One support agency we are working closely with to help our whānau, is Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu.
Te Pūtahitanga have Manaaki Navigators who have the all the safety PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), and the authorisation to travel “outside their bubble”, to enable the Manaaki Navigators to attend to iwi/members requiring assistance, whereas our staff do not have safety PPE or authorisation to travel, and therefore must remain in lockdown.
Members are reminded that it is also vitally important the Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu ‘Whanau Support Survey’ is filled out (if you haven’t already done so), enabling Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu to ascertain who needs support, and what that support looks like. <CLICK HERE> to fill out the Survey.
Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu have a triage analysist and a #MANAAKI20 Call Centre available 24/7, and are able to arrange urgent assistance. Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu also have network links with similar Whānau Ora Agencies and departments. The #MANAAKI20 Call Centre number is 0508 4 MANAAKI (0508 462 622)
Although the Trust Office is closed, the Operations team are still hard at work in the virtual environment.
You can still ring either of the Trust phone numbers: -
0800 284 292 or 03 573 5170 (Overseas Members ring +64 3 573 5170)
If your request is urgent we will make every endeavour to render fast assistance be it assistance with emergency housing, access to food or medical or any other assistance.
It would be appreciated if you know of any whānau member requiring assistance to forward such details to us.
While this Crisis continues your Trust encourages you to visit the website for updates.
Be assured we are on standby to support you through these challenging times.
In the meantime, please take extra care of yourself, your whānau, your friends and neighbours and be kind to others, especially at this very trying time.
Reduce Contact. Reduce Risk. Reduce Spread
Posted on 30 March, 2020
The Marine Biosecurity workshops planned for 28 March in Nelson and 29 March at Waikawa have been postponed until Spring, recognising current concern around the spread of Covid-19.
We hope you enjoy some time on the water if you are required to self isolate to help prevent spread of the virus. Being in nature is good for both immunity and our state of mind in these difficult times.
Attached is information on how to ensure you also prevent the spread of marine pests as you get out and about. Clean hulls and clean hands work the same way. Pests and disease don't get shared when they are removed.
Stay safe and we will see you in advance of hull maintenance in the Spring.
We are pleased that Altex Paints have committed to continue to support these valuable workshops whenever they can resume
TOS Marine Biosecurity Partnership
Posted on 25 March, 2020
Covid-19 Alert Level 4 Closure
Kia ora koutou tātou
Your Trust wish to advise that in light of the current Covid-19 Pandemic and due to the fact that all Aotearoa are operating on Alert Level 4, the Office must close.
In the first instance if you need to contact the office please email firstname.lastname@example.org . Your email will be replied to at the earliest possible opportunity. Due to the closure, and as per Ministry advice, staff will be off site and working where possible.
Our members are encouraged to check the Trust website for the link to #Manaaki20 Click here>> .
#Manaaki20 provides advice specific to Māori about what whānau needs to know, how to be safe, and to stay connected and protect those around you by staying at home.
To ensure our whānau support gets to those who need it most, Te Pūtahitanga o Te Waipounamu is surveying whānau via its ‘Whanau Support Survey’ to see who needs support, and what that support looks like. Please help by filling out this vital information in the Whanau Support Survey Click here>> .
Also, on the Trust Website is a link to the Ministry of Health COVID-19 daily updates Click here>>.
If you do need to speak to a Trust Operations team member then they can be contacted on the following numbers:
- Chief Executive Officer Richardt Prosch.. 027 573 5170
- Chief Financial Officer Lesley Udy............. 027 282 9977
- Cultural Manager – Amai Thompson........ 027 382 8853
- Resource Consents – Sylvie Heard............ 027 382 8017
- Nelson/Golden Bay – Daren Horne.......... 027 380 5522
- Kaitiaki o te Taiao – Ian Shapcott.............. 027 382 7176
- Registrations – Noelene McEwen.............. 027 382 7371
- Office – Pare Puketapu.............................. 027 382 9453
- Executive Assistant...................................... 027 355 9033
Please take extra care of yourself, whānau, friends and neighbours at this trying time.
Reduce Contact. Reduce Risk. Reduce Spread
Posted on 19 March, 2020
Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Māui Trust has been working through our responsibilities as an organisation to ensure we do our best to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 for whānau members registered with Te Ātiawa o Te Waka-a-Maui Trust.
These are unprecedented times and we need to take on board the information and guidelines from our Health professionals. Current plan Our priority is to be prepared by following Ministry of Health (MoH) Guidelines on the health, safety and wellbeing of our whanau, with a focus on our most vulnerable.
This is a serious evolving situation and we need to take preventative action and have instigated a process of welfare calls that will be made to all of our over 60s and those who have underlying illness’s that we have contact details for. If you have whanau that are over 60 years of age and those who have underlying illness’s and they don’t receive a phone call or email from us, please let us know so that we can update our records and enable welfare checks for them.
As staff we will also be following the MoH guidelines, we will be using video conferencing facilities and technology as much as possible to avoid unnecessary travel we continue to operate.
The over-arching message is to protect yourself and others by following the MoH guidelines which are:
- Do not go to work or school if you feel unwell or are showing ‘flu’ like symptoms – please stay home.
- Cough or sneeze into your elbow or by covering your mouth and nose with tissues.
- Put used tissues in the bin or a bag immediately.
- Wash your hands with soap and water often (for at least 20 seconds).
- Try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell.
- Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.
- Avoid personal contact, such as kissing, sharing cups or food with sick people.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects, such as doorknobs.
- Call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 if you have any symptoms.
Supporting Vulnerable Members of the Whānau
- In the event that a whanau member is required to self-isolate or is particularly vulnerable in this situation (e.g. underlying health issue, compromised immune system), please check in with them to ensure they have the supplies and support they need.
- Please contact the office at 0800 284 292 or email@example.com if you have any concerns or questions.
Social Distancing / Physical Contact / Hongi
- Physical contact has been identified by the MoH as having the potential to increase the risk of spreading COVID-19, as such they recommend any unnecessary contact should be avoided if possible, take a Social Distancing approach, MoH recommendations and common sense should be followed including self-isolation.
- Hongi is at the discretion of the individual to receive or not in any capacity, respecting personal Rangatiratanga is important.
- Hui – numerous hui are being cancelled or postponed and following the advice from the MoH, this may affect sport, we will keep a watching brief and keep information available as it comes to hand.
KIA HAUMARU E TE WHĀNAU
Posted on 14 February, 2020
PICTON FERRY TERMINAL LANDSCAPE CONCEPT
As Port Marlborough and Kiwi Rail have teamed up to modify/build new facilities pertaining to Picton Ferry Terminal for new vessels below is a link for your perusal and consideration
KEY FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS
- create a destination gateway, that locals and visitors are proud of, and enjoy using
- drop off/ pick up
- pedestrian access
- service vehicle access
- visitor parking
- bus/coach access (cruise/
- ability to work with seasonal flux
OPPORTUNITIES TO :
- create a crafted sequence of landscape spaces
- create a memorable visitor experience
- support the health and well being of Picton in terms of its PEOPLE+PLACE+CULTURE
- acknowledge Te Ātiawa history and context in Waitohi/Picton/Waikawa
HOW MIGHT THESE OBJECTIVES BE ACHIEVED
- Support and recognize tangata whenua historical and contemporary connections to the site and the broader Picton area where appropriate ;
- Integrate landscape features including cultural references to the historical Waitohi Stream;
- Celebrate Picton’s maritime/port coastal landscape;
- Achieve design consistency and coherence appropriate to the scale of the
Ferry Terminal operations;
- Support activation of the coastal edge and pedestrian access into Picton town centre;
- Support existing ecological systems; and
- Integrate safe, amenity enhanced multi-modal circulation routes.
- Develop the design in line with the sustainability strategies of both Kiwirail ad Port Marlborough New Zealand
For more detailed information, download the presentation document here » (11MB PDF)