After being postponed twice our NAS visit went ahead in February. This was a relief for everyone organising it and for ākonga and whānau who had waited patiently.
The opportunity for networking for and with whānau and other professionals was valuable. Everyone left feeling supported, listened to, valued, empowered and stronger – and this is before reports were even sent out.
One mother asked, “How often do NAS come?”
Two families shared knowledge about hearing aids and the process for getting what works best.
Communication device information was explained and changes understood by teams.
Vision was confirmed and next steps for monitoring were shared.
A service above and beyond that was enjoyed by all – Tau Ke (awesome).
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