Wellbeing Advisory Group
The Wellbeing Reference Advisory Group is an extension of the existing All-of-Government psycho-social committee that was formed after the 2010-2011 earthquakes. It consists of representatives from the Canterbury District Health Board, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Social Development, the Ministry of Education, Te Pūtahitanga, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment, EQC, the Earthquake Disability Leadership Group and One Voice/Te Reo Kotahi. It will provide feedback and advice on wellbeing issues and opportunities for homeowners.
Wellbeing Advisory Group - members
Chair – Lucy D’Aeth
Lucy D’Aeth is a Public Health Specialist with Community and Public Health, the public health unit of Canterbury District Health Board. Since 2011, much of her work has focused on community recovery from the earthquakes, including secondment to CERA in 2011/12. She has co-chaired the Greater Christchurch Psychosocial Committee since 2013 and is part of the leadership of the All Right? wellbeing promotion campaign.
More information is available on the Community and Public Health website(external link)
Wellbeing Advisory Group - meeting minutes
GCCRS Wellbeing Advisory Group Minutes 19 November 2020
GCCRS Wellbeing Advisory Group Minutes 16 October 2020
GCCRS Wellbeing Advisory Group Minutes 28 August 2020
GCCRS Psychosocial Committee - Final meeting 29 November 2019
GCCRS Psychosocial Committee Minutes 4 October 2019
GCCRS Psychosocial Committee Minutes 31 May 2019
GCCRS Psychosocial Committee Minutes 19 March 2019
Wellbeing Advisory Group - reports
CDHB Greater Christchurch Psychosocial Committee Six-Monthly Update to December 2019
Final report of the Greater Christchurch Psychosocial Committee, which concluded its work at the end of 2019. Since 2018, the Psychosocial Committee had worked closely with the Greater Christchurch Claims Resolution Service and the Public Inquiry into the Earthquake Commission and had seen how much was being done to address the needs of people affected by the insurance claims process after the Canterbury earthquakes.
CDHB Monthly Report December 2018