Ol@-Or@ is a mobile app and website co-designed by Toi Tangata, the Fono Health & Social Services, South Waikato Pacific Islands Community Services and staff at three New Zealand universities.
It aims to help individuals, whānau and communities to become healthier and reduce the risk of non-communicable diseases such as obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
FREE android and iPhone app!
Packaged foods can be surprisingly high in salt, fat and sugar. FoodSwitch is a revolutionary new smartphone app that helps you make healthier food choices.
FoodSwitch can help you find out what’s in the food you’re eating, so you can make simple switches to healthier options. With FoodSwitch you can scan the barcode of packaged foods using your smartphone camera and receive immediate, easy to understand nutritional advice and a list of similar foods that are healthier choices.
How it works
In three easy steps, you can reduce excessively high levels of fat, salt and sugar in your family’s diet and even share shopping lists with friends via social media.
BURP – Breastfeeding’s Ultimate Refuel Place
Free iPhone and android app developed by WellSouth Primary Health Network and the Southern District Health Board:
Mobile: Access a map full of breastfeeding and child friendly locations in your pocket. Anywhere. Anytime.
Local: Find the closest cafes, parks and public areas and see their facilities throughout Southland and Otago.
Interactive: Read and submit reviews and share your experiences and feedback with other BURP users.
A New Zealand based wellbeing tool to help people cope with stressful life experiences through support with problem solving.
Aunty Dee is a free online tool that can be accessed on smartphones, tablets and desktop computers. The tool aims to help people work through a problem or problems. By encouraging users to think about, reflect and explore their problems in a structured way, users can proactively find solutions to their problems and then act. Although anyone can use the tool, it is aimed at Pacific and Maori young people aged 14-25 years. The website also has a library of tips and tricks for some common problems such as trouble sleeping or problems with relationships, friends, health and school.
Need a bit of All Right? in your every day? Our app gives you daily wellbeing mini-missions that will help you feel good!
Developed in conjunction with the Canterbury District Health Board, the Mental Health Foundation and Healthy Christchurch.
Rise and recharge
To help you become chair-aware, the free Rise & Recharge app — developed by Baker IDI with the support of the Vodafone Foundation — will help you spend less time stuck in the saddle and boost your energy.
Long periods of sitting (sedentary behaviour) increases our risk of developing heart disease, type 2 diabetes and some forms of cancer.