Care plans & action plans
A care plan is useful when you have several people involved in your care or you have ongoing health issues so everyone is on the 'same page' as to what matters to you (your goals, values and preferences) and what's planned together with your healthcare team for the next 12 months to improve your health or wellbeing.
Te Kete Haerenga – Your Journey to Wellbeing Kete
Te Kete Haerenga – our online self-management toolkit – will give power back to you in your journey to wellbeing and hauora. Designed for and with people living with long-term health conditions (LTCs), the kete can be used to describe what's important to you and your whānau, what you wish to achieve in your life and how others can best support you in that journey.
Health Navigator, NZ
Action plans and acute plans
This section includes a range of resources which are sometimes called action plans, acute plans or self-management plans which focus on early warning signs and what actions a person should take.
AIR: Adults asthma action plan
This asthma action plan is completed with your
healthcare practitioner or nurse to help control your
asthma. Your plan explains how to control your asthma
long term, it helps to identify what to do when you are
well, unwell or need help in an emergency.
Asthma Foundation, NZ
Additional tools and resources
This section includes examples of some of the tools and resources you may find useful as patient tasks when creating care plans with patients and clients.