Youth 19

 Guest Blog by Dr Terry Fleming Youth19 is the latest in the New Zealand Youth2000 Survey Series. These large-scale health & wellbeing surveys of New Zealand adolescents have taken place in several waves since 2001, with a total of over 34 000 young people. Le Va...

Mana Restore: new resources for gamer wellbeing

  Mental distress related to social media and gaming is new but very real phenomenon in mental health and suicide prevention. The Harmful Digital Communications Act 2015 was passed in New Zealand to prevent and lessen harmful online behaviour and has included inciting...

Engaging young people at ASB Polyfest 2019

Le Va was out in full force again this year at #ASBPolyFest2019 with a team of volunteers to help ignite our communities and create that change.  It was also an opportunity to engage with Pasifika young people and offer a variety of Le Va’s latest wellbeing resources....

Faiva Ora Innovation Fund project: As i am

A nurturing approach was the best way moving forward, it created a great atmosphere for learning and development. Malo e lelei, my name is Natasha Barber, Director of As i am.  As i am is a community foundation that raises disability awareness and supports...

Covid-19 Update

Face-to-face workshops will not continue while New Zealand is at Level 4. We will be in contact with all participants soon.