Te Rori a Mua Trust

Vacancies

Residential

Potential residents and their family first step is to contact Taikura Trust. Taikura Trust will make a time to visit the potential resident and their family to carry out a needs assessment. From that needs assessment, Taikura Trust will decide whether a residential service is appropriate. If so, then Taikura Trust may make a referral to Te Rori a Mua Trust.

The potential resident, their family, Taikura Trust may come to visit the premises of Te Rori a Mua Trust and some of the people at the Trust. The potential resident and their family decide if Te Rori a Mua Trust would be the best place.

Residents and their families will need to sign a contractual agreement with us.

A trial period of about three months will be required to ensure compatibility with the Trust and other residents.

Prospective residents are welcome to contact us for further information.

Day Program

Potential day service participants and their family first step is to contact their transition coordinator. The transition coordinator will arrange a time for the potential participant and their family to come and visit the premises of Te Rori a Mua Trust. The potential participant and their family decide if Te Rori a Mua Trust would be the best place.

A trial period will be required to ensure compatibility with the Trust and other participants.

Prospective participants are welcome to contact us for further information.

Staff

There are many exciting options for volunteers with Te Rori a Mua Trust in the residential and day program. If you have a skill(s) in which you could teach to people with intellectual disability please contact us for further information.