Northland DHB has launched a two-week survey to get public feedback on how well the support system is doing to help those isolated at home with COVID-19.
There have been positive experiences of people who received food parcels or were helped by getting prescriptions dropped off.
It would be good to capture what is going well and what people found helpful. We would like to hear about whānau experiences, praise where it is due, and things that could be done better.
Have you got ideas for us to help improve the level of support?
YES, then we would like to hear from you. The short survey can be completed on your phone or device.
Click on this link to complete the survey.
COVID-19 Care in the Community has been coordinated through a Northland DHB regional hub.
There are four local Kaupapa Māori Hubs, the Ministry of Social Development 0800 Welfare Line and community connectors, a Clinical Hub through Mahitahi Hauora, and a network of Māori and community providers to reach whānau across Northland, Te Tai Tokerau region.
This support network worked alongside GP practices, providing clinical oversight of their patients. In addition, Mahitahi Hauora followed up with those not enrolled in a GP practice needing assistance. Many people managed well on their own and did not need either manaaki support or clinical assistance.
We want to reach people as far and wide across the region to hear about their experiences and understand if information, resources and support have been practical.
The Northland DHB team encourages as many people as possible to complete the survey. Please pass on this link to friends, whānau and colleagues.
The survey closes on 1 July, 2022.
If you have difficulties completing the survey, please text 021 751 086, and one of the Northland DHB COVID-19 Regional Support Team will call you back.