ACC is trying something new by reaching out to the public for help in forming kaupapa Māori solutions to caring for Māori and meeting their needs.
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ACC funding for Ngākau Oho makes local indigenous Māori health services more accessible
Ngākau Oho is a whānau-centred health programme developed to support injury recovery through rongoā Māori, the customary Māori ways of healing, is one of five groups to receive $100,000 funding fro
Poverty lobby wants all birth injuries covered by ACC as minister allows some
The Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) has welcomed ACC Minister Carmel Sepuloni's announcement today that some birth injuries to mothers will be covered under the ACC scheme.
Covid vaccines, health insurance and ACC: yes, you’re covered
ACC will cover the cost of your treatment in the rare case of a vaccine injury - and the vaccine won’t invalidate your health insurance.
Jackson calls ACC Māori hui to improve outcomes
ACC Associate Minister Willie Jackson has today called an ACC Māori Hui to look at ways to improve its relationships with Māori providers.
Police urge drivers to stay safe this Queen's Birthday
The NZ Transport Agency, Police and ACC are urging motorists heading away for the long weekend to prepare for heavy traffic, delays and weather conditions.
A new strategy to combat family and sexual violence
For the first time, chief executives from across the public service will be taking collective steps to end family and sexual violence in New Zealand.
First ever violence prevention programme for young Pasifika
Aotearoa's first national violence prevention programme specifically for young Pasifika people has been launched.
Injured Māori face slower road to recovery than non-Māori
Māori experience considerable longer-term disability after injury, new University of Otago analysis of patient-reported and Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC) data shows.
NZ Rugby and ACC team up to focus on player safety
The world leading RugbySmart programme is set to receive an additional $7m investment over the next four years to go towards injury prevention education.