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April 2016 Newsletter Edition

eCALD® 5th News Edition

We bring you news relating to Asian population projections, news about CALD child health and disability programme, articles relating to Korean immigrants, a CALD Older People Resource for health providers and another upcoming Indian Families with Children of Special Needs Support Group meeting. Our CALD course uptake is increasing reaching 15,733!!

Asian Population Projections

Asian Population Projections for New Zealand and the Northern Region [2016]

eCALD® presents a summary of Statistics New Zealand’s most recent ethnic population projections for New Zealand. The focus of this summary report is on the Northern Region Asian population providing: (1) 2015/16 Asian Population Totals; (2) 2015/16 to 2035/36 Projected Growth; (3) 2015/16 Age Structure; and (4) 2015/16 to 2035/36 Projected Age Structure Change.


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Waitemata DHB CALD Child Health and Disability Newsletter [March 2016]

LATEST NEWS EDITION !! Find out what is happening for parent support groups and who are the new people working with CALD families and disability in the Auckland region and more.


Mutual Relationship

The Mutual Relationship Between Immigrants’ Disrupted Everyday Activities and Their health: A Grounded Theory of Experiences of Korean Immigrants Settling in New Zealand [2016]

BRAND NEW PUBLICATION!! This study explored how immigrants adjust to a new environment by analyzing the experiences of 25 Korean immigrants in New Zealand. The findings from this study will help social workers to develop effective interventions and services for immigrants to better handle their health problems.


Occupational Experiences

Occupational experiences of Korean immigrants settling in New Zealand [2016]

NEW PUBLICATION!! This study collected views from 25 Korean immigrants living in the North Island of New Zealand about their experiences settling in this country. The aim is to inform settlement support policy and services ways to facilitate and improve Korean’s presence in New Zealand diverse society. The findings provided insight into the challenges of Korean immigrants to function autonomously in their new environment and their coping mechanism that help to increase their feeling of mastery in a new country.


CALD Older People

CALD Older People Resource for Health Providers [supplement]

This supplementary eCALD® resource provides essential culture-specific knowledge, cultural approaches and guidance for health practitioners who work with CALD older people from Asian, Middle Eastern and African backgrounds. It contains research material and guidelines. It also presents case scenarios in multi-media and text formats to enhance the learning process. It is available in both online HTML version and printable version.


Indian Families

Indian Families with Children of Special Needs Support Group Meeting [21 April 2016]

Disability Connect has organised another Indian Families with Children of Special Needs Support Group at the Mt Richmond School, Otahuhu, Auckland, New Zealand. The topic for the meeting is “Education Legal Issues”. All Indian families raising a child with special needs are welcome. Please disseminate this news to those who would be interested.

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