Community Wellbeing resources

Useful links and resources to help your organisation meet the Community Wellbeing accreditation standard

Important information

Community wellbeing standard:

The organisation provides services which reflect the principle that the welfare and interests of the child or young person are first and paramount and where the wellbeing of all is upheld.

Please read the accreditation standards for your level carefully, including the guidance.

Resources about the safety of children and at-risk whanau

Guidelines for child protection policies to build safer organisations:

Safer organisations, safer children

A guide on sharing personal information of families and vulnerable children:

Sharing personal information guidelines

Oranga Tamariki is a Ministry dedicated to supporting any child in New Zealand whose wellbeing is at significant risk of harm.

Oranga Tamariki - Ministry for Children

Safeguarding is about prevention of harm and early intervention to minimise the impact on the child.

safeguarding Children

Safe for Children’s mission is to deliver high-quality training and solutions for anyone who works with children and youth.

Safe for children

A parenting resource from pregnancy through to five years.

Working with young parents and at-risk Whanau

The focus of Talking Trouble are the speech, language and communication needs of children, adolescents and adults.

Talking trouble - how to gain consent

Relevant legislation

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