Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket

Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket


Check out our Christmas donation collection boxes, decorated by the awesome tamariki at Te Wharau School!

These are heading out to offices this week to collect donations of new items for māmā and pēpi.

If you would like to gift something special for a mum or baby in need this Xmas our public collection boxes can be found at Zephyr Wainui , Bronwyn Kay Agency and Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket.

Thank you all and Merry Christmas!
Wainui Beach Playcentre is back open with new hours and a fabulous new teacher. A great place to come with your little ones. First 3 sessions are free. And did we mention hot Raglan Roast coffee?! See you there from Tues 23 March.
Tēnā koutou, are your events planned this week and the next still on?
It’s National Safe Sleep Day today.
Tairāwhiti has the highest rate of Sudden Unexplained Death in Infants (SUDI) in the country.

Ways to prevent SUDI include not smoking, breastfeeding, placing baby in a safe sleep space and positioning baby flat on their back to sleep.

Find out more

Safe Sleep Day NZ
Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket
Turanga Health
Mokopuna Ora: Engaging whānau in the health and well-being of māmā & pēpi
Ngati Porou Hauora
Hapu Ora Midwives
Porourangi Hall (watched by Mum Lateesha Lerm and Dad Taku Hall) is one of many local babies sleeping safe thanks to the wahakura, a Māori safe-sleeping device developed in Tairāwhiti.

Mum Lateesha Lerm says “It’s easy to take everywhere instead of a big bassinet. It’s so nice to be able to sleep with your baby and check on him. I think it’s cool for us to have it because our people make them and it’s part of our culture.”

Sudden Unexplained Death in Infants (SUDI) rates in Tairāwhiti are among the highest in New Zealand. These deaths are tragically happening more often within Māori whanau.

Read more about wahakura on National Safe Sleep Day Friday 6 December
Hapai Te Hauora - Maori Public Health
Mokopuna Ora: Engaging whānau in the health and well-being of māmā & pēpi
Safe Sleep Day NZ
Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket
Turanga Health
Ngati Porou Hauora
MAKE sure your summer is not ruined by measles.

Our hearts go out to the people of Samoa where 32 people (mostly infants) have died from measles recently and many more have been hospitalised.
In New Zealand, there have been over 2000 cases of measles.

The influx of visitors to Gisborne for the summer and local people travelling to areas where measles are prevalent, means measles is still a risk for Tairāwhiti people.

Please check whether you and your whanau have had the MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) vaccination.

If you are travelling from New Zealand to the Pacific Islands, and are under the age of 50, it is recommended that you get vaccinated. Children under the age of 15 who have never had the MMR vaccine, or have only received a single dose, should also get vaccinated.

You can find out more about the risk of measles and the importance of getting vaccinated on our website. Read more

Public Health Nurse Shannon Moloney (pictured here with her son Arlo) says, “I wouldn’t even consider taking Arlo to anywhere that has had a measles outbreak without making sure he was vaccinated. It is such a simple thing to do to give you peace of mind.”
Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket Iti Noa Kohanga Gisborne Kindergarten Association Kaiti Kindergarten Mangapapa Kindergarten Cornerstone Preschool Gisborne Montessori Preschool Sonrise Christian Preschool Gisborne Community Early Education Centre/ Te Whare Tiaki Tamariki
See everyone there....
See everyone there.....

Two young adults who are suspected of having measles were in Gisborne last Monday 26 and Tuesday 27 August.
They spent time in central Gisborne. All people they were in close contact with are now being followed up by our public health team. One person has been quarantined.

It is so important to protect yourself from measles – make sure you and your whānau are immunised.

If other people have become infected they could start getting symptoms from today, up until early next week, says our Medical officer of Health Dr Margot McLean.

"The first symptoms of measles are runny nose, cough, red eyes, high temperature and feeling generally unwell. You are already infectious at this stage and could pass the disease on to others. The rash appears after about four days of illness.”

“If you suspect that you, or someone in your whanau, could have measles, contact your health centre by telephone or ring Healthline on 0800 611 116 for advice.

Hauora Tairāwhiti urges anyone over 15 months and under 50 years who are not yet vaccinated against measles to contact their Medical Centre and arrange to get the Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine.

Vaccination is free for anyone who has not had two MMRs. One vaccination will provide 95% protection against measles.

Turanga Health Te Runanganui o Ngati Porou Ngati Porou Hauora Healthy Families East Cape Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket Rivers Medical
Calling all mums!!! If you crave adult conversation and some time out. This maybe perfect for you!! Click the link to join
Hey ya'l beautiful ladies!!

It's getting to that time of year again when we start feeling the pressure to get bikini body ready or we plan our new years resolution diets etc... But why not make a NEW new years resolution?? Instead of punishing workouts and restricting diets to get 'Skinny' how about instead we make a resolution to be healthy and happy! Whose with me?!!!

If you are interested on joining the crew starting this journey in the new year let me know in the comments why 2019 is going to be YOUR year!!

Mā te mahi ngātahi e pūawai ai ā tātou tamariki | Together, the best start for every child. Plunket Office, 06 867 7711
PEPE Enrolments, please phone or text 027 2865017

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Plunket is the largest provider of services supporting the health and well-being of children from birth to age five. We work in partnership with many organisations throughout New Zealand. This means we can deliver services to more people in more communities. General Information

This Plunket page is managed by Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket but belongs to all Plunket people as a


Way to share the warm fuzzies! Our Plunket nurses are specialists in their field and very, very special. Thank you to the māmā who shared this lovely feedback with us 💜


Let’s all look after our new parents – they’re very special. There are lots of things you can do to support them as they learn the ropes around feeding newborn pēpi.

World Breastfeeding Week is a great reminder that it takes a village to help new parents feel confident and supported. We’ve got lots of info on our website, check it out here: 💜


And Dunk it for Plunket is underway! We are so excited to have so many people involved and ready to Dunk! It’s not too late to get involved! ❤🍪


Did you see our LIVE chat about Breastfeeding last night? We had some great questions from māmā watching which our Lactation Consultant Tracey answered live - check out the chat here:

World Breastfeeding Week is a timely reminder to our new māmās that no-one is an expert straight away! Not only do you have to learn - so does your baby! Even if you’ve already breastfed one child, the next one can be different. We’re here to help you figure it out together.

Here are a few tips to help you along:

You can also call our PlunketLine team anytime 0800 933 922. 💜


LIVE chat: All About Breastfeeding


It’s World Breastfeeding Week! We love breastfeeding – and want to reassure our new māmā that it’s normal for it to take some time and practise to get the hang of it.
We have loads of helpful info on our website. There are tips about looking after yourself and what to do if you are struggling or unable to feed. Check it out here:


With winter in full swing, a challenging condition we all face in the car is driving in the rain. Our friends Suzuki NZ have made this video with some practical tips to help keep you safe on the road when it's wet and slippery.

New Zealand's oldest woman passes away peacefully aged 110 31/07/2022

New Zealand's oldest woman passes away peacefully aged 110

We would like to mark the passing of Joan Edith Brennan. Not only was she Aoteatoa’s oldest woman but also a very special Karitane nurse who worked in the Royal New Zealand Plunket Society’s Karitane hospitals to care for babies.
Our condolences to Joan’s family and gratitude for the care she provided to many mothers and babies in the 1930’s.
May she Rest in Peace.

New Zealand's oldest woman passes away peacefully aged 110


Thank you so much for such lovely feedback. This is the kind of comment that helps us to keep on keeping on 💜


As every parent knows, people who say they ‘sleep like a baby’ usually don’t have one! 🥱😴

But help is at hand thanks our new free online course that’s all about baby sleep – and who couldn’t do with a few tips to get a bit more shut-eye?

You’ll learn about getting to know your baby’s cues, what helps babies sleep and settle, and how to tell when your baby is showing signs they are ready to sleep. 👶

The course is broken up into bite-sized chunks so you can just complete the bits you need. It’s also free and available on any device. 💜

Check out are sleep and settling pēpi course here:


Thank you everyone for tuning in to our kōrero about immunisation last night. We covered a lot in our chat, and all of the information about the immunisation schedule can be found online from our friends at Health Navigator:

As parents and caregivers, when it comes time for your tamariki and pēpi to be vaccinated, you can help in a number of ways:
• Start vaccinating on time at 6 weeks of age.
• Book your appointment early in the day and plan a calm day afterwards.
• Bring along a stuffed toy or blanket for your child to hold during the vaccination, or use them to distract your child.
• For babies, feed your child straight after their vaccination; this can help to calm your baby.
• Hold your child firmly, talk calmly and gently stroke your child's arm or back.
• After being pricked by the needle, your child may cry. Try to stay calm and relaxed. Hold them, comfort them and talk calmly.
• You will need to stay at your doctor's clinic for 20 minutes after the vaccination, so bring something to keep your child busy afterwards.

And don’t forget, it’s never too late to catch up on childhood immunisations. Give us a call at PlunketLine or ask your Plunket nurse or GP if you have any questions. 💜


LIVE chat: Immunisation Q&A with our Chief Nurse


Share your picture or video, and Tag and to be in to win this amazing prize!

Share a picture or video on social media of your perfectly imperfect morning to enter the draw. We’re thinking mucky babies, and parenting fails!

Tag and to enter. Winner will be drawn 31st August 2022.


It's World Drowning Prevention Day. It may not be outdoor swimming weather at the moment, but water is all around us and our tamariki - from bath time to play time.

If you’re with young ones around water, stay close to them and make sure they know to stay close to you. Under 5s should be within arms reach and while caring for children of any age you need to be constantly watching. Leave your phone in your bag and avoid other distractions.


Vaccinating tamariki is the best way to keep them and all the whānau safe from serious diseases like measles and whooping cough.

But it’s been a big (BIG) couple of years, and completely understandable that people have fallen behind with their tamariki’s vaccination schedule.

The good news is, it’s never too late to catch up on vaccinations! And if you have any questions, you can talk to your nurse, kaiāwhina or health worker, or call our PlunketLine team any time on 0800 933 922.

For more information on vaccinations, visit

Photos from Whānau Āwhina Plunket's post 24/07/2022

Photos from Whānau Āwhina Plunket's post


We’ve been busy fundraising for our new community hub in Rotorua. Our Pukuatua Street building has supported generations of tamariki – but it’s seen better days! We want to create a welcoming, accessible and whānau-friendly hub that brings all our services under one roof. 🏠

We’re almost there, but we still need more to make this fantastic project possible. 💰

You can read more in our media release:

📸 Rotorua Daily Post


We’re getting lots of questions about vaccinations lately, with the flu jab now funded for children aged three to 11 year olds.

Keep them coming! We want you to have all the information you need to make a confident and informed decision.

You can talk to your nurse, kaiāwhina or health worker, or call our PlunketLine team any time on 0800 933 922.

Read more in our media release:


Ngā mihi Ministry of Health - Manatū Hauora for this interesting and helpful information about young tamariki 💜

Most healthy young tamariki have at least 8 viral infections, like coughs or colds, each year and these are a normal part of childhood.

Sometimes you may feel unsure of when to keep your child home to get well and when it’s OK for them to return to preschool or school. Here are some tips:

- If their symptoms have just started e.g., a cough, runny nose, fever, sore throat, vomiting, diarrhoea or a rash, keep them home until they’re feeling better.
- Do a RAT if your child or someone at home has COVID-19 symptoms. If anyone has a positive result, everyone living at your home will need to self-isolate for at least 7 days.
- Call your GP or ring Healthline free on 0800 611 116 for advice if your child has ongoing fever, is getting worse or won't eat and drink – even if they have already been assessed by a health professional.
- If the illness wasn't COVID-19 and your child has felt well for the past 24 hours and is eating and drinking normally, they can go back to school or preschool.
- If they still have a slight dry cough or runny nose after having an illness, but they’re otherwise feeling well, they're unlikely to be contagious and can be with others again.


Get amongst ‘Dunk it for Plunket’ 2022 alongside your friends and family this August! Host a morning tea and we’ll send you a free goodie box full of yummy things from Arnott's Biscuits, Bell Tea and Moccona ☕🍪


A message from our Chief Nurse.


If you’re in the market for a new car, we’ve partnered with Suzuki NZ to bring you the New Parent Promise. As a Whānau Āwhina Plunket family, if you purchase a new Suzuki vehicle, you’ll recieve a FREE Whānau Āwhina Plunket recommended ISOFIX 2-in-1 convertible car seat valued at $299! 🙌


🤒🤧🤮 Worried about your sick tamariki? Check out this helpful information from Ministry of Health - Manatū Hauora

It's natural to worry when your child is sick. Knowing them and noticing changes in their behaviour can be an important clue to how sick they are.

• If the symptoms have just started, keep your child home until they feel better.
• Do a rapid antigen test (RAT) if your child or someone at home has COVID-19 symptoms. If anyone has a positive result, everyone living at your home will need to self-isolate and stay there for at least 7 days.
• If your sick child is still eating and drinking, that's a good sign.
• Paracetamol can help with fever that's lasting a while – check the instructions for the correct dose for your child’s weight. Check with your doctor first if considering ibuprofen in babies under 6 months.
• Always take babies under 3 months who have a fever, or are very drowsy, to your GP or after-hours medical centre.
• For an unwell child of any age who has ongoing fever, is getting worse, or won’t eat and drink, call your GP or ring Healthline for free on 0800 611 116 for medical advice – even if your child has already been assessed. If you are really worried, visit your after-hours medical centre.

For more information about kids and young peoples’ health, visit:


From breast and bottle feeding, to starting solids, to trying to make sure your picky eater is getting everything they need – it’s amazing how much of parenting seems to revolve around food. 🤱🏽🍼

Unsurprisingly, feeding tamariki is one of the most searched topics on our website – along with the result of all that eating 💩

Want to know if you’re on the right track with feeding your tamariki?

Check out our website for helpful advice, or call our PlunketLine nurses any time, 24/7 on 0800 933 922. 📱


We just love this story! There’s nothing better than keeping bubbas cosy and warm in this cold, miserable weather.

Thank you, Rotary Club of Rotorua for your gift of cot blankets. Nearly 100 pēpi are snug in bed because of your kindness. 🙏💜

Read more:


Share your tantrum stories at 🤣

Toddlers can throw lots of, erm, interesting behaviours at us – and it’s sometimes tricky to know what to do when they’re having ‘big feelings’.

Check out our website for tips on behaviour – and remember, you’re not alone!

Share your tantrum stories in the comments below – we’re sure your tales of woe will help other parents feel better about their own little monkeys 🐵

Drop-in Clinics 13/07/2022

Drop-in Clinics

Drop-in Clinics In some parts of NZ, we offer drop-in clinics where you can come for your Well Child check or for other support.


⭐️⭐️Superstar Chief Executive wanted! ⭐️⭐️

Whānau Āwhina Plunket is one of the best-known charities in Aotearoa, and the largest service supporting tamariki under 5 and their whānau.

We’re looking for our next Chief Executive, who will put the needs of whānau at the centre of everything we do.

Interested? Find out more at or


‘Dunk it For Plunket’ is a ‘host-it-yourself’ morning tea fundraiser, raising funds for families across Aotearoa. Our friends at Arnott's Biscuits, Bell Tea and Moccona are providing the morning tea. 🍪☕

Get involved here:


Important info from Ministry of Health - Manatū Hauora, whānau 👇👀💜

If your child is over 15 months and hasn’t had both doses of the MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) vaccine yet, talk to your doctor, nurse practitioner or local health clinic.

Tamariki now get their first dose of MMR at 12 months and the second dose at 15 months. High vaccination rates have helped to prevent an outbreak here, and every person vaccinated increases our chance of keeping it out, or of quickly stamping out an outbreak if a case gets into Aotearoa.

As with all childhood immunisations, the MMR vaccine is free and means your tamariki are fully protected from measles at a younger age.

Find out more about the MMR vaccine:


Reason #682 why we're so proud of our wonderful nurses, kaiāwhina and kaimahi - working in our communities, helping whānau every step of the way 💜


We are thrilled to say nau mai hoki mai – welcome back to our new chief nurse, Dr Zoë Tipa (Kāi Tahu/Ngāti Kahungunu). Zoë worked for Whānau Āwhina Plunket between 2007 and 2018 in a variety of roles and we're delighted to have her back on board.

Zoë has taken on one of the largest nursing roles in Aotearoa – our nurses see nearly 90 percent of all newborn pēpi each year and support around 300,000 tamariki.

Read more:


Share your baby’s milestone photo at for a chance to win!

Share your baby’s milestone photo in July for a chance to win!
Whether you are celebrating one week, 5 months, or 1 year with your pēpi, we’d love to see 😊
Post your baby’s milestone photo in the comments below and you’ll go in the draw to win one of two $50 Prezzy Cards from our friends at Generation Homes NZ.
We can’t wait to see your beautiful pēpi. 👶

One entry per person per month
Delivery to a New Zealand address only.
This giveaway is in no way administered or associated with Facebook.
Entries close 5pm, 31 July 2022.


Here at Whānau Āwhina Plunket, our mission is to make the difference of a lifetime 💜 If you also want to help make a difference, and support Whānau Āwhina Plunket, did you know you can text ‘Aroha’ to 8595 to donate $3? 📱


There’s a lot of sickness around at the moment and we are getting more calls to our PlunketLine than usual. We’ve also got some of our team off sick so we’re sorry but our wait times are longer than normal.

We’re doing our best to answer your calls as soon as we can. Thanks for your patience and understanding.

If you’re calling about a medical emergency, please call 111. Or you can check our website for some helpful tips on fevers in children


LIVE chat: Play for 4-year-olds - physical development


Get amongst ‘Dunk it for Plunket’ 2022 alongside your friends and whānau this August! Host a morning tea and we’ll send you a free goodie box full of Arnott's Biscuits, Bell Tea and Moccona ☕️

Click here to register and get involved:

6 Hiwa ī te Rangi 28/06/2022

6 Hiwa ī te Rangi

6 Hiwa ī te Rangi Ngā mihi o Matariki, te tau hou Māori.


Tamariki aged 3 or older? Contact your family doctor or local pharmacy to get a FREE flu vaccination 💜

Tamariki aged between 3-12 will be eligible for a free flu jab from Friday 1 July.

Flu infection rates are generally highest in children, and they’re a major source of the spread of influenza. The flu virus may be found in respiratory secretions (breathing, coughing and sneezing) for two weeks or longer in children.

All New Zealanders are encouraged to get protected from flu this year, particularly people who may be more vulnerable. Not only for yourselves, but for your whānau and community as well. You can find more information here:

You can book a flu jab for yourself or your tamariki at your GP or nearest participating pharmacy:

We encourage you to double check that the provider is offering flu vaccinations and whether you need to book ahead.

5 Tupu a Nuku and Tupu a Rangi 28/06/2022

5 Tupu a Nuku and Tupu a Rangi

5 Tupu a Nuku and Tupu a Rangi Ngā mihi o Matariki, te tau hou Māori.


As an organisation which is committed to women’s holistic health and wellbeing, we stand in solidarity with the New Zealand College of Midwives, Family Planning, and The Association of Salaried Medical Specialists - Toi Mata Hauora.
Our Chief Nurse Zöe Tipa says, “women should have autonomy over their own bodies and their access to healthcare should not be compromised.”

The US Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe Vs Wade is an assault on women’s rights, which has sent shock waves around the globe. The decision which rolls back 50 years of access to safe abortion care is a catastrophic blow to the lives of millions of women, girls and pregnant people who now face the prospect of being forced to continue pregnancies. It is a decision that will cost lives for years to come.
Lack of access to safe abortion care is one of the leading causes of preventable maternal death and disability. Each year 47,000 women in the world die as a result of unsafe abortion and an estimated five million are hospitalised for the treatment of serious complications such as bleeding or infection.

At the invitation of the International Confederation of Midwives, the College is a signatory to a global statement condemning the decision. Click below to see the full statement from ICM.

4 - Ururangi and Waipuna a Rangi 27/06/2022

4 - Ururangi and Waipuna a Rangi

4 - Ururangi and Waipuna a Rangi Ngā mihi o Matariki, te tau hou Māori.

3 Waitī and Waitā 27/06/2022

3 Waitī and Waitā

3 Waitī and Waitā Ngā mihi o Matariki, te tau hou Māori.

Welcome to Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket!

Plunket is the largest provider of services supporting the health and well-being of children from birth to age five. We work in partnership with many organisations throughout New Zealand. This means we can deliver services to more people in more communities.

This Plunket page is managed by Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket but belongs to all Plunket people as a welcoming space for conversation and sharing information. We encourage open discussion about issues related to parenting children under 5 in New Zealand and welcome all feedback on our services.

By participating on the Gisborne/Wairoa Plunket page, you are agreeing to our guidelines and to interact with fellow commenters in a way that is respectful and supportive.

We may delete posts which are:
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Repeatedly violating these guidelines will result in being removed from the page.

You can help by notifying us of potential problems and encouraging each other to keep conversations appropriate. If you spot something you think is inappropriate please let us know by email: [email protected]

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