Day 1 - 19 November 2019 

Venue: Waiteti Marae - Ngongotaha 

More presenters to confirm

10.30am 


11am

 
 

 

 

 

11.15am 


 

 

11.40am


12.30pm


 

1.20pm

 

 

 

 

 

3pm

3.25pm

3.40pm

4.45pm

5pm

6pm

7.35pm

Powhiri 

 

Hei Manaaki ngā Kaumātua Charitable Trust chairman, Rob Beckett

Master of Ceremonies, Hinerangi Edwards.  

  • Acknowledgements of Conference Sponsors, Delegate and Presenter Sponsors, and Kete Contributors. 

  • Housekeeping

Hon Nanaia Mahuta

Minister for Māori Development, Minister for Local Government, Associate Minister for Housing (Māori Housing), Associate Minister for the Environment and Associate Minister for Trade and Export Growth

 

Whakawhānaungatanga – by Region or Rōpu

 

LUNCH

Registration Desk opened

MC Hinerangi Edwards  

Acknowledgements of Conference Sponsors, Delegate and Presenter Sponsors and Kete Contributors. 

Guy Ngatai - History of Waiteti Marae

  • Te Arawa Kaumātua Spotlight - An opportunity to learn from Kaumātua rōpu in Te Arawa about the initiatives they run to enhance their wellbeing. 

AFTERNOON TEA

Registration desk opened

Kaumātua Energiser – Te Arawa

CAFÉ STYLE WORKSHOP A 

Kaumātua Energiser - Te Arawa

Facilitator: Kim Skelton, Solas Consulting

Hei Manaaki ngā Kaumātua Charitable Trust Hui
National Collective for Kaumātua Service Providers Hui 

DINNER

Poroporoaki

HOUSING
BUILDING BETTER HOMES TOWNS & CITIES NSC (Batten Room 2)

Brennan Rigby: (Community Housing Aotearoa) The Shift Aotearoa Project – working towards a well-functioning housing system – what we see are some key pillars needed to support Kaumātua housing success.

Karleen Turner-Puriri (Waikato Tainui):

The Karearea Housing Project – an iwi initiative to address housing needs.

Manujon Pemerika & Joe Waterhouse (Ministry of Social Development):

Housing and Kaumātua: What the data tells us.

 

 

Kaumatua Spotlight:  A housing initiative; the how, the why, and the impact.

Day 2 - 20 November 2019

Venue: Novotel Lakeside Hotel

8.15am

 

8.30am 

 
 

 

 

8.50am 


9.15am


 

 

 

 

 

9.40am

 

10.05am


10.40am

 

11.00am


 

 

 

 

 

11.20am

 

11.35am

 

 

 

12pm 

 

 

12.30pm

1.20pm

1.45pm

2.10pm

 

 

2.35pm

3pm

3.20pm

4.30pm

6pm

Registration Desk opened

Rob Beckett, Chairman - Hei Manaaki nga Kaumātua Charitable Trust

  • Opening Address

MC Hinerangi Edwards  

  • Acknowledgements: Conference Sponsors & Sponsors of Delegates & Presenters

Keynote Speaker: Hon Te Ururoa Flavell
CEO, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

 

Iwi and Māori Panel
Malcolm Short, Chairman - Pukeroa Oruawhata Trust 

Karleen Turner-Puriri, GM - Waikato Tainui 
Warren Nicholls, GM - Ngaruahine Iwi Health Services

  • Topic - Empowering Kaumātua Mana Motuhake: Our current Iwi approach and our future aspirations

 

Heather Te Au Skipworth
CEO, IronMāori

  • Topic – Enabling wellbeing through the Kaumātua IronMāori

 

Keriana Brooking 
Deputy Director -General Health System Improvement and Innovation – Ministry of Health

 

Morning Tea

National and Regional Housing Panel 
Andrea Elliott-Hohepa, CEO – Te Runanga o Kirikiriroa
Kirsty Buggins, Manager Housing and Support Services - Ministry of Housing & Urban Development

Brennan Rigby, Community Housing Aotearoa Hurimoana Dennis, Chairperson – Te Puea Memorial Marae 

  • Topic – Working together to address the housing challenges for Kaumātua and their whānauThe 3 top priorities and the practical things we can do to address them

 

Kaumātua Energiser – Whanganui Kaumātua

 

Professor John Oetzel, Dr Sophie Nock, Dr Mary Simpson, Ms Yvonne Wilson and Ms Pare Meha – University of Waikato and Rauawaawa Kaumātua Charitable Trust

  • Topic - Kaumātua Mana Motuhake Poi and He Kainga Pai Rawa
     

National and Regional Hauora Panel 

Jim Nicolson, Healthy Ageing Manager - Ministry of Health

Aroha Morgan, Chair - Te Rōpu Hauora o Te Arawa

Brendon McIntosh, Pharmacist - WellConnectedNZ

Phyllis Tangitu, General Manger - Māori Health - Lakes District Health Board

  • Topic – Working together to overcome the hauora challenges for Kaumātua and their whānau

       The 3 top priorities and the practical things we can do to address them.
 

Lunch

HOUSING, HEALTH AND WELLBEING THEMED WORKSHOPS

WELLBEING
AGEING WELL NSC

(Rutherford Room)
 

Dr Laurie Morrison:

The Inaugral Te Arawa Kaumātua Olympics – Our journey and lessons in planning and implementing an initiative to help Kaumātua Age Well

HEALTH
HEALTHIER LIVES NSC

(Batten Room 1)
 

Warren Nicholls:

Ngaruahine Iwi Health Services: Our hauora initiatives to help Kaumātua stay well

Rawiri Bhana (Owhatirua South 5 Trust):

Lynmore Rise Retirement Village: An iwi response to Kaumātua wellbeing.

Tepora Emery & Waitiahoaho Emery (Toi Ohomai/Ngāti Pikiao Iwi Trust): 

  • Topic - "Pikiao a ko ake nei" towards intergenerational positive aging for Pikiao peoples.

 

John Maihi: (Ngā Tai o Te Awa Trust):

Empowering Kaumātua Mana Motuhake – The Whanganui Way: what we do and how we do it.

Kaumātua Spotlight:  

A hauora initiative; the how, the why, and the impact.

Joanne Urlich & Tanya Tahu (Te Hiku Hauora):

Empowering Kaumātua Mana Motuhake – Te Hiku Hauora Way: what we do and how we do it.

 

 

Ropata Maxwell (Tui Ora): 
Empowering Kaumātua Mana Motuhake – A reflection on traditional times.

Afternoon Tea

CAFÉ STYLE WORKSHOP B


Close for the afternoon and back at 6pm  


Dinner, Debate and Dancing

Master of Ceremonies - Paora Te Hurihanganui


Musical entertainment: Soloist

The Great Debate – “To Age or Not to Age Naturally?”

Conference delegate representatives (negative)  vs  Te Arawa rangatahi (affirmative)
Kaumatua: John Maihi, Laurie Morrison, Bev Gibson, Hata Temo 

Rangatahi: Cr Fisher Wang, Te Mauri Kingi, Danielle Marks , Jimah Ruland-Umata

 

Musical Entertainment: Harmonic Resonators
 

Day 3 - 21 November 2019

Venue: Novotel Lakeside Hotel

More presenters to confirm

8.15am

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9am


 

 

 

 

 

 

9.35am

 

 

 

10am


10.15am


 

 

10.40am

11am

11.35am

 

 

 

12.10pm

12.40pm

1.15pm

 

1.30pm

 

1.55pm

2.15pm

Registration Desk opened

 

MC Hinerangi Edwards

  •  Conference Sponsors and Sponsors of Kaumātua and Presenters 

    Housekeeping

 

Merepeka Raukawa-Tait 
Chairperson – Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency

  • Topic - Empowering Kaumātua Mana Motuhake through Whānau Ora

 

National and Regional Wellbeing Panel 

Dr Mere Tunks – Chairperson, Kaumātua Board Executive - Te Whanau o Waipareira Trust

Troy Churton – Commission for Financial Capability

Te Puni Kōkiri Representative

Human Rights Commission Representative

  • Topic – Working together to overcome the wellbeing challenges for Kaumātua and their whānau. The 3 top priorities and the practical things we can do to address them.

 

Helen Leahy
CEO – Te Putahitanga o Te Waipounamu Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency

  • Topic - Empowering Kaumātua Mana Motuhake in Te Waipounamu

 

Kaumātua Energiser – Te Roopu Tautoko ki te Tonga Kaumātua
 

Louise Parr-Brownlie
Co-director Māori, Ageing Well – NSC 

  • Topic - Empowering Kaumātua Mana Motuhake through the NSCs


Morning Tea
 

HEALTH & WELLBEING AND HOUSING THEMED WORKSHOPS

HEALTH & WELLBEING

(Rutherford Room)

Catherine Hall (Alzheimers NZ) & Dr Makere Dudley

The Dementia Action Plan – A Call to Action

 

Georgina Martin and Chris Smythe (Te Whanau o Waipareira Trust): A follow-up to the Kaumātuatanga Report
 

Kaumātua Spotlight:  A wellbeing initiative; the how, the why, and the potential

HOUSING

(Batten Room)

Dr Bev James & Professor Robyn Phillips:

Building Solutions for Kaumātua: What research findings tell us.

Hone and Miriama (Tilly) Turner Papakainga and Enterprise: A way to empower mana motuhake

 

Andrea Elliott-Hohepa (Te Runanga o Kirikiriroa)

Two housing initiatives to enable Kaumātua Mana Motuhake.

Lunch

MC – Hinerangi Edwards

Summary of the conference for the Parliamentary Guest Speaker
 

Parliamentary Guest Speaker 

 

 

Announcement of Raffles, Evaluations and Mystery Prize Winners

 

Close of Conference