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We Are Not Machines
Understanding carer burnout, what helps prevent it and ways to recover By Tricia Hendry Every family, whānau, and aiga carer knows their role can be rewarding, but they also know…
If Abuse, Neglect or Violence happen, by Tricia Hendry
Sadly, there can be instances when abuse, neglect, or violence happens to vulnerable people.
Sleep: It’s Complicated!
A good night’s sleep is something we all know we need, but chances are if you’re reading this you have a sleep problem. Rest assured, if you’ll pardon the pun,…
Time for You!
My days are busy and often stressful, and usually I enjoy exercise alone as an opportunity to think or clear my mind, says Louise Inglis.
While caring for my disabled son has many rewarding moments, it can also be physically demanding, emotionally draining, and time-consuming. This is true for many family carers supporting others, as well as for those who are self-managing their own health or disability needs. We get tired. We get sick. We have to carry on.
Wellbeing WOF: Check yourself out
Give yourself the once over! Use Katharine Findlays’ warrant of fitness checklist to help you and your loved ones stay healthy through the year.
Strength: Video Collection
Introducing the Strength for Life Video Series.
Practical exercises you can do in 15 minute intervals at home
Strength for Life Exercise Programme: 15 Minutes!
With Wayne Halkyard If you want to build your strength to care better and prevent injuries, try national bodybuilding champion Wayne Halkyard’s easy to follow 15 minute Strength for Life…