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What Ever It Takes Home Based Rehabilitation Services

is a programme designed to work in partnership with our clients, their family and support networks to achieve quality delivery of home based rehabilitation and support services in the community.

About us

Peter Williams has been the impetus behind the establishment of WEITs. Peter’s courage and strength of character to overcome his struggle after suffering a traumatic brain injury in 2002 has been truly inspirational. With the support of whānau, aiga and an amazing care team he has been able to live life the way he wants to. It is this simple philosphy that drives the kaupapa of What Ever it Takes.

U ki te whānau ora.

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Our Approach

Our programme is client focused with an emphasis on rehabilitation and family goals to support a holistic approach to wellness and support in the community.
Exceptional quality and commitment are the underlying values we aim to deliver.

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Partners / Clients

Presently we have clients in Northland, Auckland and Wellington. Although their injuries are unique and complex in their own way the commonality between them all is the amazing support and encouragement they receive from their families and friends.

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Latest news

Pacific Music Awards

Charmeyne Te Nana-Willliams and Pati Umaga attended the Pacific Music Awards at the Vodafone Events Centre in Auckland on Thursday night the 30th of May.  It was a wonderful night that celebrated the best that the Pacific Music industry has to offer.  Minister Turia...

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Tikanga Works article by Anahera Herbert-Graves

We have Anahera Herbert-Graves (CEO, Te Runanga o Ngāti Kahu) explain the prinicipals of Pono, Tika and Aroha in Tikanga Works that we use in our organisation.  It’s part of our Knowledge Base section under Resources that explains some of the tools and models we...

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Testimonail

For all of us it is vital that we have something to believe in, a future to aspire towards. But for whanau who have been affected and traumatised by serious and complex disability it is even more important. This is where Whatever it Takes has been so significant. And I want to mihi to Peter and Charmeyne, for the model you have demonstrated for so many other whanau; in persevering through all the barriers; in overcoming the trauma that you experienced, and for never giving up. You have shown us all how it is possible to sustain a great and enduring love that has enabled you and your whanau to weather the storm, to ride through the darkest days, and to always believe there was a different way ahead.

Hon Tariana Turia

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