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Encourage students to find out about community-based support options.
Introduce students to:
Discuss with students areas of interest and areas where they may need support while at school and in the future.
Support students to investigate local community groups, clubs, and agencies that they may not yet know about.
Being connected to the community is vital to well-being.
The community can be family or whānau, friends, neighbours, people from local clubs, or support workers.
Discuss with the student and their family or whānau who could:
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