PADA – Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Aotearoa is excited to announce our new workshop Tama’ita’i Toa – a workshop that will inform and inspire all those working with Pasifika Families (Aiga/Matavuvale/Ngutuare Tangata/Kainga/Magafaoa) on providing culturally competent care.
Tama’ita’i Toa is an interactive workshop presented by Kaiako Pasifika | PADA Pasifika Educator, Jasmine Davis. As each session holds 15 participants, the small number will allow for engaging conversations and enable you to interact with the others in the group.
Jasmine has created a workshop to enable providers to have brave and courageous conversations about culturally competent care. She is a New Zealand born and raised Samoan, Māori and European Teine/Wāhine who has grown up in the vibrant and multi-cultural South Auckland. This upbringing of rich culture sparked her passion to work alongside, understand, and support Pasifika brothers and sisters navigate the many obstacles they face adjusting to life in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Spaces are limited to 15 per session. A waitlist will operate for a future date. Thanks to funding from Te Hiringa Hauora/Health Promotion Agency, this course is free!