If you want to fully manage all your own support, our Self-Managing Service might be right for you. We get you started and assist you along the way, to the level you need.
This typically includes coaching support with budgeting advice, a reimbursement of expenses services, monthly statements and access to our Customer Portal with great digital tools to help with budgeting and expenses.
There are many responsibilities with being an employer. If you employ support workers, you can use Manawanui’s Payroll service to take care of your financial obligations.
From payslips to payment of ACC levies, for a small fee, our digital services and expert team will help make the admin easy, regardless of how many support workers or care providers you employ.
A faster, easier way to ensure your services are paid for, Third Party Payments allows you to load invoices for approved Providers and then Manawanui will use your funding to pay them directly.
This means you do not need to receive the reimbursement to your bank account and cuts out all the hassle involved with handling money.
If you employ people, for peace of mind you may want to consider insurance for protection in the event of employment disputes involving personal grievance actions and civil actions relating to injuries or illness. Manawanui makes this easy with an option for an affordable insurance package which can be purchased using your Individualised Funding.
Learn more about how EPP can help you by watching the video below. Click the link to be taken to our Youtube channel!
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employ is a recruitment website for Manawanui customers to find employees and for support workers to upload their details to be found. It's a great way to connect with people who are looking for work, or looking to employ support workers.
employ has been used by more than 4000 people throughout Aotearoa, and is currently free to use. An invaluable tool for recruiting support workers, why not register and take a look around?
Manawanui makes it easy to offer opportunities for your support staff to complete professional qualifications, including The New Zealand Certificate in Health & Wellbeing levels 2,3 & 4.
Our expert team, with qualified NZQA assessors, can help you to access funding grants and provide great advice and support throughout the process.
Level 2 Health and Well-being.
This is an ideal induction programme to develop entry-level skills and knowledge required to provide person-centred support in the health and wellbeing sectors (including: health, home and community, aged support, disability support and social services).
Level 3 Health and Well-being Support Worker
This programme is geared towards the more experienced support worker, it aims to develop the skills and knowledge required to support and empower people in home and community settings.
Level 4 Health and Well-being Advanced Support
This programme is ideal for a team lead (but not limited to). This programme aims to provide additional knowledge and skills required to provide person-centred or relationship-centred care and support to people with complex needs.
The cost of completing the training increases per level and the cost can vary depending on the number of unit standards the trainee completes to obtain the qualification. There are Te Pou grants which reduce the cost of the training and your Individualised Funding as well as the trainee themselves can contribute towards the remaining costs.