Te Whatu Ora – Waitaha Canterbury is an innovative organisation always looking for new ways to help people be healthy and stay out of hospital. Taking this challenge full on for the younger generations, they set up a project to create three interactive resources parents can use to learn and support children struggling with nutrition and sensory issues.
The three resources – Nutrition Matters, Creating Positive Mealtimes, and Let’s talk about Sensory Processing – are free for anyone to use, and will help some people avoid needing a nutritionist or specialist in the first place.
Memory aids to take the learning into the home
Bringing in the experts when it matters!
To respect our biculturalism, is important to honour Te Tiriti o Waitangi, The Treaty of Waitangi. Using a Māori advisor from Te Whatu Ora – Te Waipounamu, we were able to introduce te reo Māori throughout the modules, making them more accessible to Māori speakers, and exposing a wider audience to te reo.
Putting experiments into practice
This project was the perfect opportunity for us to stretch Articulate Storyline to its limits. We were able to challenge our developers who responded admirably. They were able to create an interactive that took learner responses from the course into a printable document (a PDF). We were pleased to find a willing client in Te Whatu Ora who were happy to showcase this little used, but high value feature. Storyline never ceases to amaze us with it’s tips, tricks and hints!
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