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INFORMATION WEEKLY ISSUE 138


For week ending Friday 10th August 2012

September 4th 2012 10:00 - 12:30 Mt Roskill Youth Zone

Save the date


A year on from our first Really Big Kinda Massive Meet Up and what a year it has been. Weve hosted presentations from; Allied Medical, Achilles, Touch Compass, Vodafone Foundation, Toyota, AMP, Yachting New Zealand, Recreate, Outward Bound, Be Accessible and more These Meet Ups have seen inspiration radiate out from our awesome venues; Aucklands Civic Theatre and the Aotea Centre, the presenters and attendees have created a fun filled energizing space of creativity which furthers the development of people with disabilities and ultimately bringing about epic social change. Our Meet Up on September 4th celebrates one year of meet ups and will follow the trends of inspiration, innovation, information and cohesion. Well advise you of the presenters in the next week, till then SAVE THE DATE and well see you September 4th at the Roskill Youth Zone. Make the day great Cam & Jade P.S Contact us today if youd like to share anything at an upcoming Meet Up. Phone 414 5360

RSVP to kathrynd@akywca.org.nz by Monday 20th August.


Please pass this information on to your friends and colleagues.
Parking is available under the building.

It would be great if you can share this meeting information in your newsletter and with your networks. My apology if any cross posting.

Kind regards,
Samuel Cho
Asian Public Health Coordinator The Asian Network Inc. (TANI) P: 09-815-2338 F:09-8152330 Mobile: 027 265 2338 www.asiannetwork.org.nz

Supporting and Working with all Asian communities for their better wellbeing and life

The Asian Network Inc. (TANI) warmly invites you to:

General Network meeting


When: 10:00 am 12:00 noon, Wednesday 29 August 2012 Where: Western Springs Garden Community Hall
956 Great North Road, Western Springs

Theme: Asian Youth Health


The presentations will cover:
"The research overview on Asian youth health, Prof Shanthi Ameratunga, The University of
Auckland

How to understand Mental health for Asian youth and how to support culturally appropriate ways, Meggan Lam, clinical psychologist and counselor, Youth Early Intervention Service,
ADHB

Sexual health for Asian youth and how it works, Lesley-Ann Guild, Family Planning

Please find the invitation with a program attached for the details and RSVP to samuel.cho@asiannetwork.org.nz

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