Active Families

Health, Fitness and Nutrition for the whole Family
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Jason Edmonds

Jason Edmonds

Healthy Lifestyle Advisor - North

Email: supportadvisor@harboursport.co.nz

Phone: (09) 415 4651

Mobile: 021 422 053

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1 day ago

Harbour Sport

🥇 INCREDIBLE RESULTS 🥇 from Harbour local, Ashton Reiser 🚣‍♂️, who recently received $1000 from the Hand Up Fund! He's definitley one to watch out for!

👇 Read why below...👇

"I've just raced at the Oceania and NZ Canoe Racing Championships this past weekend and it went better than I could've even dreamed! I took home 5 NZ and Oceania Titles including my first ever individual NZ title (in any age group or sport)! This included winning the triple 200m crown (All 3 200m events) and both K4 events (200m and 500m). I also managed to qualify for all 3 K1 individual A-finals for the first time ever (200m, 500m and 1000m) with 2 new personal best times!

I just want to say thank you so much to you and everyone else at North Harbour Sport for the Hand Up Fund that I received, I put this funding towards a brand new Nelo Sete K1 Kayak which is made in Portugal and has just been released in time for the Tokyo Olympics!"

Results:
🥇1st Open K1 200m (fastest kayaker in NZ)
🥇1st Open K2 200m
🥇1st Open K4 200m
🥇1st Open K4 500m
🥇1st U23 K1 200m
🥉3rd U23 K1 500m

Media releases:
www.canoeracing.org.nz/news/article/reiser-is-the-hattrick-hero

www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1075566/reiser-wins-trio-of-200m-golds-on-opening-day-of-icf-ocea...
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2 days ago

Harbour Sport

Join the fun and help volunteer for the 2019 Harcourts Cooper and Co. Shore to Shore

We are looking for keen and enthusiastic individuals to help run this great community event

Sign up here: buff.ly/2ROsUXP
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Supporting Families with Children from 5 to 12 years 

What is Active Families?

Active Families assists families of overweight and obese children to become more active, gain nutrition knowledge and become involved in regular activity (sport). Families receive support through weekly activity sessions that build skills for sport and increase confidence levels around being active. Specific nutrition knowledge is delivered in a fun and entertaining way. The family also receives in-home visits to get support on nutrition knowledge, activity time, screen time and BMI for the child / family.

Active Families aims to improve family’s attitudes toward physical activity through fun physical activity experiences as well as introducing them to healthy food options and teach them to make healthy food choices.

Criteria

Healthy Kids
  • Aged 5 – 12 years
  • Geographical boundaries: West Auckland, North Shore, Rodney and Hibiscus Coast 
  • Available to attend activity sessions:
    • Wednesdays, 5pm at Northcote Baptist Church, Hillcrest (North)
    • Tuesdays, 5pm at West Wave Recreation Centre, Henderson (West)
  • Currently inactive (less than 5 hours per week)
  • Have a stable medical/ mental condition that could benefit from regular physical activity.
  • Family is ready to make changes to their lifestyle and consents to being referred

Referrals can be by self-referral (please contact Active Families staff directly), your general practice team (doctor or practice nurse), or any other health professional.

Programme Details

Active Families activity sessions are based at Northcote Baptist Church,67 Eban Avenue, Hillcrest

West Auckland programme starting October 2017 with an emphasis on supporting Maori and Pasifika families.

Nutrition

Try this nutrition website and these downloads for families:

Alternately health professionals such as GP’s, Pediatricians or Practice Nurses can refer you, just ask your doctor for more information.

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