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... meningitis
rheumatic fever
strep A.
Group 2 (social for 0 - 4 years old)

Does this whānau have a child 0 – 4 years old and meet two of the risk factors?

Caregiver with corrections history.
Mother with no formal education.
Long-term beneficiary.
Oranga Tamariki involvement.
Group 3 (pregnant mum or new born baby)

Does this whānau have one or more of the following:

a pregnant mother
a newborn baby 0 - 10 weeks old.
Group 4 (RMF and hospital admissions 0 - 14 years old)

Are there...


... us?Anybody can make a referral, including the young person.

We get most of our referrals from GPs, family, friends, medical specialists, school guidance counsellors, Police Youth Aid, schools and education services, Ministry of Vulnerable Children – Oranga Tamariki, and community groups.

We expect the child/adolescent's GP to be informed and involved as the primary medical caregiver, even if they did not make the original referral.

What information we requireWe need to know:

The young...