The Goodwood Park Healthcare Group

  • For Clients
    and Families

The Aim of our Services

The overall aim of our community services is to support clients to live independently in the community of their choice, to enhance their wellbeing and ensure their safety.

We have included some useful links for families (below) to assist you in finding more information about supports and services that are available nationwide.

Living my Life

The following principles reflect ACC’s commitment to supporting clients to gain and maintain a greater level of participation.

Person directed – E Anga ana ki te Tangata

The person has choice and control about supports and providers needed to facilitate participation in their chosen roles and activities.

Whole of life – Te Oranga Katoa

The person’s supports are tailored to encompass the changes in roles and experiences that take place across a person’s life journey.

Connectivity – Nga Tuhononga

The person’s supports focus on engagement and the supports are provided in the communities that are meaningful to the person and their family/whanau

Embracing diversity – Te whakanui i te matahuhuatanga o te tangata

The person’s supports are tailored to recognize and respect their own identity and diverse values and the values of there family/whanau and community

Citizenship – Te manaporitanga

The person has self-determination that supports their full participation, inclusion and leadership in life, as a citizen.

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4 components to this ACC funded contract which supports you to achieve your goals and dreams.

Facilitated Pathway Map

Exploring and creating what your life journey looks like:

Independent facilitation

Support to identify:

Tailored Supports

Support to achieve:

Coaching to Self-Manage

Support to choose: