Tangihana Guidelines during lockdown
The Ministry of Health has released new guidelines for tangihana during the lockdown. You can read the new guidelines here. If you need help or advice about this, you may wish to contact your kaiwhakarite. You can get in touch with your iwi and hapū organisations, marae, local social services provider or local Civil Defence Emergency Management Centre to find out who your kaiwhakarite is and talk to them about tangihana guidelines during the COVID-19 lockdown.
The official government COVID-19 website has a lot of information about the lockdown and everything you can do to stay safe. all the things covered on the COVID-19 welfare sheet are also on the website.
Aspire Canterbury is a Disability Information Service and are always available to answer your questions, provide support or have a chat. If you have any questions about COVID-19, coping during the lockdown or anything at all, you can always contact us using the details on our Contact Us page. Community means everything to us and we would like to do what we can to help and support you through this time. Please remember, we are a community resource and hub, we have been providing information, solutions and support for approximately 40 years. If you are uncertain about anything at all, contact us, chances are we may be able to help or connect you to a service that can help.