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Leanne Mac Donnell ex AON ex CATALYST ex LTCU + Now ACC Auckland Sales Street

#21 User is offline   BLURB 

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Posted 23 December 2009 - 03:31 PM

Moe

Thanks for posting an updated picture of Leanne

I'll post it on the Acclaim Waikato site as well because Claimants need to be warned of this lady.

Thanks

Merry Christmas

Fran Van Helmond

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Posted 23 December 2009 - 07:57 PM

View PostBLURB, on Dec 23 2009, 05:31 PM, said:

Moe

Thanks for posting an updated picture of Leanne

I'll post it on the Acclaim Waikato site as well because Claimants need to be warned of this lady.

Thanks

Merry Christmas

Fran Van Helmond

http://waikato.acclaim.org.nz

Hi Blurb
Just an interestiog point re the photo.

Have you noticed that some people in control/power psitions of employment just love to gush all over the Social Networks ie Facebook, Bebo etc.

They do not realise that should employment situations change and with ACC and MSD etc that can happen at ther whim of an erratic minister, they may be left with an embarrasing legacy for the world to see that may prove difficult to remove or correct.

If in a vulnerable , valued position one should watch what you post on Social networks as employment consultants and other agencies do collect and collate info.
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Posted 23 December 2009 - 08:38 PM

View PostBLURB, on Dec 23 2009, 05:31 PM, said:

Moe

Thanks for posting an updated picture of Leanne

I'll post it on the Acclaim Waikato site as well because Claimants need to be warned of this lady.

Thanks

Merry Christmas

Fran Van Helmond

http://waikato.acclaim.org.nz
Thanks for posting it over at the other site. As I say we were none the wiser over here about this person until we did the Google search & found your posts.
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10:56 AM Friday Dec 18, 2009

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You may have procrastinated by hitting "skip for now," but Facebook eventually took away that button and forced you to update your settings before continuing to use the site.

After finally accepting Facebook's recommendations or tweaking the privacy settings yourself, though, you might have made more information about you public than what you had intended.

At the same time, Facebook has given users many granular controls over their privacy, more than what's available on other major social networks.

So if you want to stay out of people's view, but still want to be on Facebook, here are some things to look out for as you take another look at your settings.

1. Some of your information is viewable by everyone

Everyone can see your name, your profile photo and the names of work and school networks you're part of.
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Ditto for pages you are a fan of. If you are worried about a potential employer finding out about a quirky fetish or unorthodox political leaning, avoid becoming a Facebook fan of such groups. You can't tell Facebook you don't want those publicly listed. Your gender and current city are also available, if you choose to specify them. You can uncheck "Show my sex in my profile" when you edit your profile if you don't want it listed, and you can leave "Current City" blank.

2. Your list of friends may also be public

Facebook also considers your friends list publicly available information. Privacy advocates worry that much can be gleaned from a person's list of friends - even sexual orientation, according to one MIT study. But there is a way to hide the list. Go to your profile page and click on the little blue pencil icon on the top right of your box of friends. Uncheck "Show Friend List to everyone." Either way, those you are already friends with can always see your full list.

3. You can hide yourself from web searches

There is a section for "Search" under Facebook's privacy settings page, which is accessible from the top right corner of the website under "Settings." If you click the "Allow" box next to "Public Search Results," the information that Facebook deems publicly available (such as photo, fan pages and list of friends), along with anything else you have made available to everyone, will show up when someone looks up your name on a search engine such as Google. The stuff you've limited access to in your profile will not show up.

This is useful if you want people you've lost touch with, or potential work contacts, to be able to find your Facebook page. If you'd rather not be found, uncheck this box.

A second setting, controlling searches within Facebook, lets you refine who can find you once that person has logged on. Limit searches to friends only if you think you have all the friends you need and don't want anyone to find you when they type in your name to Facebook.

4. Beware of third-party applications

Quizzes and games are fun, but each time you take one, you first authorise it to access your profile information, even if you have made that available only to your friends. You're also letting the app access some information on your friends.

Under "Application Settings," Facebook lists all the apps you have opened your profile up to. If you no longer want to authorise access to "Which Golden Girl Are You?" you can always remove it by clicking on the "X" next to its name. Apps you use regularly, such as Facebook for Android if you update your status from your mobile phone, should stay.

Next, by clicking on "Applications and Websites" on the privacy settings page, you can edit whether your friends can share your birthday, photos and other specific information. Remember that applications can access your "publicly available information" no matter what.

The security firm Sophos recommends users set their privacy settings for two of Facebook's own popular applications, notes and photos, to friends only.

5. Go over your list of friends

The average Facebook user has 130 friends. But many people interact with a much smaller group when commenting on status updates, photos and links. So it doesn't hurt to occasionally review your list of your friends to get an idea of just who can view your status posts, vacation photos and funny links you've shared over the years. Don't feel obligated to add anyone as a friend, even if that person adds you first. For professional acquaintance you don't want to snub, send them to a LinkedIn profile you can set up. Some workplaces and schools have rules about Facebook interactions between bosses and employees or students and teachers.

6. Create custom friends groups

If you have friended a lot of people, sort them. Think of the groups that you interact with in real life - co-workers, college buddies, girlfriends, grandma and grandpa - and organise your Facebook friends in these groups too. Go to 'All Friends' under the 'Friends' button up top, click 'Create New List' and fire away. Then decide what aspects of your profile, and which status posts and photos, these people will have access to. Or, simply create a 'limited' list for acquaintances or distant relatives and limit their access.

7. Customise your status posts

Type "I'm hungry" into your status update box. Click on the little lock icon. You'll see a range of privacy controls pop up, letting you either allow or limit access to the post. If you want, you can even hide it from everyone by clicking "Only Me" under the custom settings. Click on "Save Setting." Repeat with each post, or create a default setting for most updates and increase or decrease privacy as you see fit.

8. Let your friends know you have boundaries - in person

Many of us have woken up on a Sunday morning to find that an overzealous friend has posted dozens of photos from that wild party we barely remembered - the good, the bad and the hideous. Chances are, they didn't do this to embarrass you, though if they did you have bigger problems. Rather, they probably don't know that you don't want these photos posted. Sure, tweak your photo privacy settings on Facebook. But if someone starts snapping pictures of you at a party, ask them to check with you before posting it anywhere.

9. Never assume complete privacy

Even for the most tech-savvy person, unflattering photos, incriminating text messages or angry status posts about work have a way of worming their way out in the open. Just saying.

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View Postneddy, on Dec 23 2009, 09:57 PM, said:

Hi Blurb
Just an interestiog point re the photo.

Have you noticed that some people in control/power psitions of employment just love to gush all over the Social Networks ie Facebook, Bebo etc.

They do not realise that should employment situations change and with ACC and MSD etc that can happen at ther whim of an erratic minister, they may be left with an embarrasing legacy for the world to see that may prove difficult to remove or correct.

If in a vulnerable , valued position one should watch what you post on Social networks as employment consultants and other agencies do collect and collate info.
Police, debt collectors and employers have caught people out via social network sites.
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Posted 29 December 2009 - 10:14 PM

Done a Google search only to come straight to this site. Do you possibly have a link for this issue on the ACCclaim site yet? I only ask because that woman was @ North Harbour as well & owing to the hired-gun nature of her approach, could go to Whangarei with her next promotion/pay scale rise. She does after all live at Whangaparaoa, the same travel time as she does to Auckland.

View PostBLURB, on Dec 23 2009, 05:31 PM, said:

Moe

Thanks for posting an updated picture of Leanne

I'll post it on the Acclaim Waikato site as well because Claimants need to be warned of this lady.

Thanks

Merry Christmas

Fran Van Helmond

http://waikato.acclaim.org.nz

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Posted 26 March 2010 - 02:45 AM

View PostAlan Thomas, on Sep 22 2007, 09:44 PM, said:

Diagnosed personality disorder????
I thought Hyper-vigilance was one of your symptoms of your injury related PTSD.
You can see how incompetence spawns an avalanche of even greater incompetence. I would be very surprised if your PTSD was not aggravated.

Are these people stupid or is it me and my injury related PTSD?


The resource, ‘DSM-IV Made Easy: The Clinician's Guide To Diagnosis' states that “Personality disorders are collections of traits that have become rigid and work to individuals' disadvantage, to the point that they impair functioning and cause distress.”

Blurb, got a very disturbing mail from one of Leanne's latest LTCU claimants. She is being exited and has no energy left after years of fighting them.

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Just can't be bothered with ACC anymore. I want to get on with what's left of my life without the intrusive demands and pressures of ACC

I'd say your Leanne Mac Donnell is planning what she'll do with her KPI rewards for dumping another poor claimant without rehabbing them.

And ya know what the excuse for exit is? The claimants immobility & impoverished diet resulted in weight gain, therefore the weight gain is responsible for the claimant's disability and so not covered. HELLO?!?! ACC refused her vocational rehab so she borrowed heavily to get to university and has had to live off cheap white bread and 2 minute noodles to fund her rehab.

I wonder how much Leanne Mac Donnell is paid in KPI bonus or how much ACC paid Dr Roger Reynolds to write that opinion?
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Posted 18 January 2011 - 03:21 AM

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Posted 13 July 2011 - 03:24 PM

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Posted 16 July 2011 - 07:08 PM

View PostCamp Mother, on 18 January 2011 - 03:21 AM, said:




Who is this woman?
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Posted 17 July 2011 - 11:30 PM

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View PostBLURB, on 13 July 2011 - 03:24 PM, said:

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Posted 04 August 2011 - 01:22 AM

View Postnot their victim, on 02 August 2011 - 01:00 PM, said:

... THESE FIGURES UNDER THE OFFICIAL INFORMATION ACT....
Case manager salary $63,835
Team leader $72,000


View PostBLURB, on 22 September 2007 - 06:01 PM, said:

Wednesday 7 January 2004

RD4 Waiuku
Franklin Auckland

Minister Hon Ruth Dyson
PO Box 19661
Woolston
Christchurch

Dear Minister for ACC, Hon Ruth Dyson

Re: Injury file number T1492073/005

In a letter dated 04-12-03 to Dr Paul Hutchinson, you wrote the following

�Ms MacDonnell is from South Africa, and I am assured she is a very accomplished case manager. ACC acknowledges that the relationship between Mr. Van Helmond and his case managers has become strained. I am assured that ACC staff are doing their best to provide Mr. Van Helmond with the high quality of service that all ACC claimants deserve.�

Yes, I agree, Ms MacDonnell is a very accomplished case manager.
She was and is very accomplished at destroying the client�s integrity ensuring that the client�s input during the assessments was totally ignored!

The following is a file entry made regarding a telephone conversation between Dr. Campbell and Ms Leanne MacDonnell
File entry dated 2-5-2002

Dr. Campbell phoned � he agrees with Dr. Chew�s recommendations, specifically the psychiatric assessment. Not because he thinks Fran has a psychiatric condition but he definitely has a personally disorder. He fights with every conceivable person. Even made accusations against Chris Walls, but Dr Campbell thinks Fran now realizes these were false accusations. Explained to Dr Campbell that Dr. Chew refused to see Fran again so we�ll need another medical assessment. Dr Campbell was amazed and wondered whether it wasn�t because of the allegations against Chris Walls. Informed him that I didn�t send Dr Chew a copy of the allegations as this was a dispute between Fran and Dr. Walls and did not involve his medical opinion. Dr Campbell agreed. He noted that he agrees Fran can work 20 � 30 hours per week in a keyboarding position, but nothing physical. Even with his hand and knee � this won�t stop him from doing keyboard work. Asked whether Dr Campbell is of the opinion that these are injury related and he couldn�t remember the injuries sustained but did recall Fran mentioning the hand due to RSI and the knee due to a MVA. The knee hasn�t really been a problem until recently. Asked whether this could be a delay tactic and Dr Campbell said if it wasn�t the knee it would be the ankle and if not the ankle it would be something else.
He congratulated me on my perseverance and noted that ACC should give him a due date at which to stop his entitlements. This should get him motivated. He has such a long history of confrontation with his TT and his landlady. He definitely feels he can start at 20 hours then 30 hours until he�s up to full time employment.

Minister Dyson, I returned to full time employment as an employee in September of 2003 due to financial hardship. On December 11th 2003, I was diagnosed medically unfit to continue with any type of work due to my ongoing injury related problems.

An ACC18 was issued and handed to the ACC.
They declined to cover me so I ended up back on a sickness benefit.

When my ACC ceased on the 12 October 2002, my GP also issued a sickness certificated stating that I was �Unfit for any type of work�!

Isn�t that strange after what Dr Campbell was supposed to have said to MacDonnell? Please refer to the file entry above and you�ll see what I�m on about!

Its even more strange that approximately 2 weeks before he allegedly said what he did to MacDonnell, he issued another ACC certificate which declared me fit to only undertake 2 hours of light work per day!

I now also draw your attention to a letter that Mr. McSherry wrote (dated 9 January 2003) in which he wrote

�During your assessment for the Work Capacity Process all injuries and medical conditions would have been taken into account before a decision made that you had a capacity for work in the reviewed jobs.�

I believe Mr. McSherry was and is totally incorrect!

Had Ms. MacDonnell not been allowed to contaminate my case file with a load of utter misleading crap, then the assessors would have made a totally different decision!

I ask you Minister Dyson, how the hell would I get employment as a website designer when my skills are only classed as being novice, and my hand continuously curl up into cramp?

You and Gary Wilson can glorify the accomplished Ms. MacDonnell as much as you like, but as far as I and other claimants are concerned she is nothing but a dangerous person who is not fit to be a case manager!

Yours sincerely


Fran Van Helmond
Dated:

CC: Dr Paul Hutchison MP for Port Waikato.

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Note: re what McSherry wrote �During your assessment for the Work Capacity Process all injuries and medical conditions would have been taken into account before a decision made that you had a capacity for work in the reviewed jobs.�

I say = AON had only one of my injury files. That was the Lumbar Injury. NO OTHER FILE was made available to the assesors. Warren has pointed this out to ACC but still they fob him off!


BTW: How did you get PTSD? And how can PTSD be a "personality disorder" then?

View PostAlan Thomas, on 22 September 2007 - 07:44 PM, said:

Diagnosed personality disorder????
I thought Hyper-vigilance was one of your symptoms of your injury related PTSD.
You can see how incompetence spawns an avalanche of even greater incompetence. I would be very surprised if your PTSD was not aggravated.

Are these people stupid or is it me and my injury related PTSD?


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Posted 06 August 2011 - 03:11 AM

Who is this Mac Donnell woman?
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Posted 28 August 2011 - 11:26 PM

Something's not right here.
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Posted 09 October 2011 - 12:12 AM

Heard from a claimant being put under extreme duress. She is being coerced into attending appointments by financial threats and menaces by this CM. At one such appointment with a Vocational consultant, the wahine was discriminated against and verbally abused by the ACC agent, because she’d requested mobility access. The service provider had instead blamed the crippled claimant for her lack of accessibility and was adamant the injured's disability, iatrogenic illness, treatment injuries, pain and PTSD was simply a matter of her “bad attitude" to be “put aside" at will. When the claimant complained, the agent subsequently denied her inhumane behaviours towards the claimant (she lied) and dismissed her refusal to ensure safe access (discrimination) as “acceptable" for disability. This was Alpha Consultants' Irene Taylor, who had abused the claimant so severely that the claimant remains traumatised.

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Info from claimant about Alpha Consultants:

Taylor said she was intolerant of claimants who always blamed ACC for not having rehabbed them, that claimants should get out and spend the money to fund the rehab themselves and that she did not like long-term claimants who were negative, that she was there to get the claimant off ACC.  She said ACC does not owe claimants’ rehab, that it was the claimant’s responsibility to get on with it, and not up to ACC to rehab them (Claimant did not realise the legislation for rehab had been revoked).

Taylor victimised the claimant and made sure the claimant understood that she (Taylor) and the Case Manager, Leanne MacDonnell were great friends and spoke very highly of Mac Donnell.  By way of intimidating claimant further, Taylor said that she enjoyed her long established relationship with Leanne MacDonnell, that they had known each other for several years, that they had an excellent rapport, that she had the Case Manager under her control, and admonished claimant to shut her mouth and to listen.
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Claimant was ordered to return to university despite claimant having been brutally raped on campus by another student and as a consequence had been having treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Offender had also raped another student on campus, that the perp was due to return to university, was no reason according to Taylor for the claimant to stop going, even tho claimant had run out of money to keep paying for classes and transportation costs. Aucklanders beware, Irene Taylor is an exit hatchet woman. Being stalked & raped on campus having no more money for course, is no reason to stop going to classes.



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Next, the claimant was ordered to attend early morning assessments, again under threat of loss of entitlements – i.e.: “If you unreasonably fail or refuse to attend the appointment, ACC may decline to provide entitlements" - yet the claimant lives alone and cannot walk or dress herself some mornings, due to the nature of her disabilities, which includes stiffness and swelling of joints. (ACC had previously declined a wheelchair).

Last month, as she'd had no further rounds of daily appointments for the first time in months, the claimant went out of town with whanau for a couple of days. She returned one night to an email sent earlier that day, from the Case Manager. Unbeknown to the claimant, CM had couriered a letter, in her absence, to attend a meeting. (Claimant had had no prior knowledge of CM's intention to schedule an appointment as she had not been home to receive the courier). By return email, claimant explained she had been at tangihanga (not that this was any of ACC's business) and so the cell phone coverage had been poor. Claimant had had no warning she was being summoned before she went away. She did not realise ACC had the power to detain or restrict her freedom of movement; on the off chance of appointments ACC may or may not decide to make. With the Bill of Rights in mind, do claimants have to ask permission to leave your residence, just in case ACC may or may not write to you? (I was unaware that the Bill of Rights did not apply to ACC claimants, or that you all had to attend appointments you knew nothing about).

At a meeting the following week this Case Manager told her, she had missed seven meetings or assessments over the past 15 yrs. due to sickness or tangi - including the meeting the claimant knew nothing about.

Claimant's had so many appointments and assessments every day of the week these past few months, she had to drop out of her self funded rehab classes due to timetable classes with ACC's FRPs and also missed a couple of ACC appointments. She had become run-down and sick from the stress of it all, including invasive sensitive claims assessments for mental injury arising from sexual assault at university and had subsequently sustained falls injuries on the ramp at the SCU’s assessor’s office so she could not even sit or stand for any period and so missed appointments due to new injuries sustained.

CM said that because of cost to ACC, if the claimant were sick, she would need to provide medical cert for missed meetings, which the claimant says she agreed to do although does not know how she can afford to pay for a doctor consult (besides ACC are required to accept financial stress under the Code). ACC however went overboard, when the Case Manager instructed that if she goes to tangi and missed appointments, she'd have to produce not only the death notice, but also fully documented details about the deceased, her relationship with the persons and their role in her life and the claimant's role in theirs. Grabbing at straws like this, is going too far and is a breach of the Privacy Act and the Treaty of Waitangi. ACC need to know Tangihanga is protected by the Treaty and Whakapapa is a Taonga under Article 2. CM is a white South African, clearly ignorant of the founding document of New Zealand. Ms South Africa treats the claimant as a mere kaffir.


Claimants should not have to relinquish the right to Privacy, under threat of losing entitlements. The ACC cannot demand that information and claimants by law, deserve right of refusal, without penalty. There are things that they can ask for, but ACC’s insistence on personal tangi and relationship detail goes beyond the bounds of the law and shows a blatant lack of cultural sensitivity and ignorance towards the Treaty of Waitangi. It is not up to the claimant, let alone Maori to hand over whakapapa. If they were culturally safe, ACC would realise that - they wouldn’t even ask.

This has come to a head, because ACC deigned to courier the claimant an appointment - a meeting which as mentioned, she had been completely unaware of, as she had not received nor signed receipt of the letter. She had gone away for tangi and visited her sick mother and did not realise she was being held under house arrest, lest ACC deign to courier demands to meet.



The claimant had already had previous Privacy Act complaints upheld against ACC for their blanket demands of confidential non-claim related medical files they had no right to (twice for the very same matter after ACC had told the P/Commissioner they’d removed the medical documents in question, only to use those very same records in a subsequent assessment). So why does ACC behave as if they can yet again overrule rights provided in the Privacy Act? What is the ACC policy in regards to asking for this type of personal tangihanga information?

So although a Pae Arahi was at the meeting, ACC’s obvious lack of cultural sensitivity, reveals their non-commitment to The Treaty of Waitangi. And since the Case Manager is a white South African, who presumably answers to her superiors, why is ACC not ensuring Treaty Of Waitangi education as well as tikanga training - let alone Privacy Act training?


The sustained stress of it all has aggravated the claimant's PTSD as well as her physical condition. It has detrimentally affected claimant's relationships and caused her to withdraw from all of her own self-funded vocational studies, due in part to the above timetable clashes with ACC. (And while ACC may complain about the cost of the missed 7 appointments since 1996, the claimant bears the cost of her own vocational retraining of several thousands of dollars, because ACC refused the vocational rehab entitlements she’d repeatedly sought since 1996 – Now having almost completed her degree, suddenly ACC are interested in Vocational Independence, albeit at a level well below the claimant's educational attainment).


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View PostMoeroa, on 30 September 2011 - 04:10 AM, said:

Yes folks, in addition to pressuring claimants to waive their Privacy Act, Treaty of Waitangi, cultural sensitivity rights, ACC are also accusing claimants of non compliance for no-shows to appointments,without notice. Not only does this force the claimant to have to report in to ACC about whether they can leave their home address for a day or two or three on the off chance ACC may or may not write to them, (restricting Bill of Rights freedom of movement) ACC are now making appointments for claimants in their absence. Claimants are being required to attend appointments, regardless of whether the claimant has received their couriered notices of appointment or not. This is in direct contradiction of Force Majeure in law, whereby in the absence of receipt of a letter of appointment, no contract has been entered into by the claimant.

The laws and rights apply to citizens of NZ yet ACC are now blatantly disregarding the laws of freedom and civil liberties for claimants. Yet ACC are now requiring claimants to have to give notice of deaths and tangihanga and get permission from ACC before going out of town for 2 or 3 days, lest ACC should decide to make some appointments, unbeknown to the claimant.

This is happening at the Sale Street office of ACC. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
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Posted 09 October 2011 - 10:11 AM

and i got disentitled for going on holiday

read the holidays act

even on winz/acc income related you are entitled to 4 weeks holiday per year...

they are an income related insurance scheme only, what an abuse of power

so now you are NOT allowed to attend funerals without their permission?

dont go through the complaints investigator, go through the Human Rights Commission?

serious abuse of rights for your friend.
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Posted 09 October 2011 - 11:16 PM

View Postnot their victim, on 09 October 2011 - 10:11 AM, said:

and i got disentitled for going on holiday
Leanne Macdonnell doesn't even believe a claimant taking a couple of days for a tangi or just to visit a sick relative in hospital is acceptable.

What are you doing about your situation?

View Postnot their victim, on 09 October 2011 - 10:11 AM, said:

read the holidays acteven on winz/acc income related you are entitled to 4 weeks holiday per year...they are an income related insurance scheme only, what an abuse of powerso now you are NOT allowed to attend funerals without their permission?
The claimant isn't allowed to go to a whanau tangi without Macdonnell's permission. Mac is a white south African, the claimant is a Maori woman, you join the dots.

View Postnot their victim, on 09 October 2011 - 10:11 AM, said:

dont go through the complaints investigator,
can you trust the OCI to be anything other than a WHITEWASH?

View Postnot their victim, on 09 October 2011 - 10:11 AM, said:

go through the Human Rights Commission?serious abuse of rights for your friend.
SERIOUS abuse of basic
  • Human Rights,
  • Bill of Rights,
  • Privacy Act and
  • Treaty of Waitangi - which I might add is a requisite for working in state owned departments/corporations. For example Tangihanga are a taonga under Article 2 of the Treaty. Article 4 is Oritetanga or equality. No equality about having different/harsher rules used by ACC agents against Maori. Ms South Africa has recently returned from a visit home so little wonder she is now ignoring the Treaty of Waitangi and treating the claimant as a Kaffir - or one without basic rights.
Ms South Africa needs to do several Treaty workshops, obviously.

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The apartheid policy was highly effective of achieving its goal of preferential treatment for whites, as is demonstrated by the statistics in Figure 1.


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Posted 10 October 2011 - 02:46 AM

Was that holiday the ONLY excuse to disentitle you?

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and i got disentitled for going on holiday

read the holidays act

even on winz/acc income related you are entitled to 4 weeks holiday per year...

they are an income related insurance scheme only, what an abuse of power

so now you are NOT allowed to attend funerals without their permission?

dont go through the complaints investigator, go through the Human Rights Commission?

serious abuse of rights for your friend.



NOT ok to treat New Zealanders this inhumane way. I agree that it is also a breach of the Privacy Act. And I concur with what has has been said already, ACC cannot ask you for that information, you do have right of refusal. Ask them for the policy in regards to asking for this type of information.

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There are things that they can ask for, but tangi information certainly goes beyond the bounds of the law. Be polite and tell that white South African case mongrel to refer to the Privacy Act and suggest some Treaty Of Waitangi training as well as tikanga training


She's NOT in South Africa now.
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Posted 10 October 2011 - 08:08 AM

going on holiday WAS the REASON for disentitlement!!!

last time i saw surgeon, i was told to wrap myself in bubble wrap, as my neck i wrecked....so i decided to go visit family while i still can.

advocate rang wellington in regards to rights while under acc!

rang wellington, unless you are under rehab or treatment, according to the bigwigs, i was free to go....

my IRP has always had the WRONG diagnosis on it, and acc hate when my GP rings and tells them he wont sign anything till they get it right

so not under rehab, not under IRP plan....and off i went...

the fact that acc pretend they are anything other than a wage replacement scheme, is a complete breach of every human right

and i cant get my head around, why a South African would come to a country like NZ, where we are bicultural, when they left South Africa, because they didnt want to mix with Blacks and Kaffirs....

sounds like this leanne chick out to be fired for racism!!!
and i tell you what, you take a case like that to the HRC and she will have NO legs to stand on! as racism is a "big thing" to be accused of....
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Posted 10 October 2011 - 10:55 PM

View Postnot their victim, on 10 October 2011 - 08:08 AM, said:

going on holiday WAS the REASON for disentitlement!!!
So under what section of the Act? & what about the Review?

View Postnot their victim, on 10 October 2011 - 08:08 AM, said:

last time i saw surgeon, i was told to wrap myself in bubble wrap, as my neck i wrecked....so i decided to go visit family while i still can.

advocate rang wellington in regards to rights while under acc!

rang wellington, unless you are under rehab or treatment, according to the bigwigs, i was free to go....
So you weren't under treatment and you weren't under House Arrest/Home Detention, so what about the Bill of Rights Act???

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18 Freedom of movement
  • (1) Everyone lawfully in New Zealand has the right to freedom of movement and residence in New Zealand.

    (2) Every New Zealand citizen has the right to enter New Zealand.

    (3) Everyone has the right to leave New Zealand.

    (4) No one who is not a New Zealand citizen and who is lawfully in New Zealand shall be required to leave New Zealand except under a decision taken on grounds prescribed by law.

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View Postnot their victim, on 10 October 2011 - 08:08 AM, said:

my IRP has always had the WRONG diagnosis on it, and acc hate when my GP rings and tells them he wont sign anything till they get it right

so not under rehab, not under IRP plan....and off i went...

the fact that acc pretend they are anything other than a wage replacement scheme, is a complete breach of every human right
So which Human Rights sections in particular?

View Postnot their victim, on 10 October 2011 - 08:08 AM, said:

and i cant get my head around, why a South African would come to a country like NZ, where we are bicultural, when they left South Africa, because they didnt want to mix with Blacks and Kaffirs....

sounds like this leanne chick out to be fired for racism!!!
and i tell you what, you take a case like that to the HRC and she will have NO legs to stand on! as racism is a "big thing" to be accused of....


I wasn't present during the interview but the claimant has told me what went on. She is extremely concerned about this racism as the superiors at the ACC need to conduct ISE workshops and audits in the Privacy Act and Treaty of Waitangi - which ACC are bound by. The Treaty is our founding contract and remains a living document. What Ms South Africa did, takes us back to early Colonial times. It is an affront to Treaty legislation and ACC's own policies.

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Mäori cultural competencies for providers, part 1 - Issue 17 (Apr 2004)
Issue 17 April 2005


On this page

General points
  • There is a significant difference in the rate at which Mäori and the general population claim for ACC services. This difference appears to be most marked for non-earners, the young and the elderly
  • A Summary Guideline has been developed to assist providers in delivering culturally competent care to Mäori claimants/patients
  • The goal of culturally competent care is to establish and maintain relationships and achieve better health outcomes for Mäori
  • Important components of culturally competent care are:
  • an understanding of Mäori values and customs (tikanga Mäori )
  • effective collection and use of ethnicity data
  • communication skills.

Introduction
The provision of culturally competent health services is an important aspect of access to health care for Mäori. This review summarises the key concepts of the ACC Summary Guideline on Mäori Cultural Competencies for Providers(1) developed in 2004.

Adherence by Mäori to Mäori cultural norms and practices varies widely. Dialogue with claimant and whänau (family) is important when considering how to use the information in the Guideline.

Analysis of ACC claims shows that claims by Mäori are significantly lower (per 100,000 claims) than claims by non-Mäori. The disparities are greatest for young and elderly Mäori. New Zealand and overseas studies suggest that disparities in access to health services cannot be explained by socio-economic status and the cost of services alone(3)(4)(5) and that cultural differences between patients and health professionals are also important(6)(7)(8)(9)(10).


What is Cultural Competence?
Professor Mason Durie expresses it this way: “Cultural competence is about the acquisition of skills to achieve a better understanding of members of other cultures”. He notes that the goal of culturally competent care is to improve relationships and thereby achieve “better clinical results”.

“The degree of comfort individuals feel with seeking health services impacts on their use of services and, in turn, health outcomes. Comfort is a product of both individual attitudes and the way in which services are delivered. The delivery of care in a culturally appropriate manner is an important element in determining both the willingness of people to access services and the success of any treatment or care then delivered.”(11)

Reflection on one’s own cultural identity, history, attitudes and experiences is important in understanding the impact of professional practice and interactions with people from different cultures(14).




The Impact of Culture
People respond differently to illness and injury because of social, cultural and psychological factors. For instance, some Mäori may, like other cultures, bear injuries stoically, putting up with considerable pain in order to maintain dignity, independence or even honour as a “warrior”, especially where the injuries occur during sport.

This is similar to the typical New Zealand male understatement when ill. “I’m feeling a bit crook, doc” can indicate a minor illness or a life-threatening health event. Understanding the culturally-determined responses of people to different situations can help with providing the most effective health care(9)(11)(12)(13).


Tikanga Mäori - Mäori Customs and Practices
Understanding the concepts that comprise tikanga Mäori (Mäori beliefs and customs) is the key to effectively meeting the requirements of Mäori claimants/patients. The concepts of pono, noa, tapu, ea, mana, aroha, wairua, whänaungatanga, and whakapapa form the underlying philosophy that guides tikanga Mäori.

Like members of all cultures, Mäori may unconsciously follow traditional customs and practices, as well as attempting to conform to the norms of the dominant Pakeha culture. At times of stress such as impending death, or serious injury, many Mäori may adhere to Mäori tikanga, and the responsibilities that involves. For example, distant relations may drop everything to attend tangihanga (funerals) or to support the family of a person undergoing an operative procedure, even when they have not been in close contact for many years.


Where To Start
The Summary Guideline emphasises communication and the collection of good quality ethnicity data as key components of culturally competent care.


Collection of ethnicity data
The Summary Guideline suggests that it is important to ask claimants about their ethnicity, rather than guessing, and explain why, how and when the information will be used.

Detailed information on the collection of ethnicity data in the health and disability sector, including protocols, is available at www.nzhis.govt.nz.


Communication
Effective treatment and rehabilitation is built upon successful communication with claimants/patients and their whänau. Successful communication involves a willingness to seek assistance with the correct pronunciation of Mäori, and understanding the importance of family for many Mäori, their preferences for communication and the protocols around initial contacts and impending death. The second ACC review in the series on Mäori Cultural Competencies for Providers deals with communication.


References
  • <a href="http://www.acc.co.nz/for-providers/clinical-best-practice/acc-review/WCM2_020303" target="_top">Accident Compensation Corporation. Summary Guideline On Cultural Competencies for Providers. Wellington: ACC, 2004
  • Ajwani S, et al. Decades of Disparity: Ethnic mortality trends in New Zealand
    1980-1999. Wellington: Ministry of Health and University of Otago 2003.
    See www.moh.govt.nz
  • Baxter J. Barriers to Health Care for Mäori with Known Diabetes. NZ National Working Group on Diabetes and Te Roopu Rangahau Hauora a Ngai Tahu 2002.
  • Ministry of Health. Reducing Inequalities in Health. Wellington: Ministry of Health, 2002. See www.moh.govt.nz
  • Krupat E, Bell RA, et al. When physicians and patients think alike: patient-centered beliefs and their impact on satisfaction and trust. J Fam Pract. December 2001; 50(12):1057-62
  • Schoen C, et al. Primary Care and Health System Performance: Adults experiences in five countries. Health Affairs. October 28, 2004.
  • Gribben B. Ethnicity and Resource use in General Practice in West Auckland. Experience in Practice 1999; March. Vol 1, No 1.
  • Jansen P. Improving Consultations with Mäori Clients. NZ Fam Phys 1998; April: 25(2)
  • Arroll B, Goodyear-Smith F, Lloyd T. Depression in Patients in an Auckland General Practice. NZ Med J 2002; April: 115 (1152).
  • Durie M. Cultural Competence and Medical Practice in New Zealand. Report to the Australia and New Zealand Boards and Councils Conference, 2001.
  • Durie MH. Mäori Attitudes to Sickness, Doctors and Hospitals. NZ Med J
    1997; 86: 483-485
  • Durie M. Mäori Ora: the dynamics of Mäori health. 2001. Auckland: Oxford
    University Press.
  • Nursing Council of New Zealand. Guidelines for Cultural Safety, the Treaty of Waitangi, and Mäori Health in Nursing and Midwifery Education and Practice. Wellington: Nursing Council of New Zealand, 2002. See www.nursingcouncil.org.nz

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Posted 11 October 2011 - 11:47 AM

Moeroa,

THERE IS NO SECTION IN THE ACT THAT STATES YOU CANNOT TAKE A HOLIDAY!

still waiting on review decision, 19th should be the time limit, the review was held on 16th JUNE...so its a bloody long time to be financially screwed over

they will have every top wanker working against my case, as it is so winnable!!!! and thats why they are dragging it out

as for your friend, take Leanne whatsit to the race relations authority, and watch the bitch squirm!

it appears there is no such thing as justice, so use whatever means to discredit and obliterate these people, who work under our LYING PRIME MINISTER...

if it starts at the top, then its corrupt all the way down....

a friend of mine got in a huge power of poop, all because she stated she didnt like gangs, and mentioned the mongrel mob!!! jesus, youd have thought shed slashed someones throat! so Leanne MacDonnel would be FIRED for failing to allow someone the time to attend a tangi!

Do it, lets start showing this corrupt government what the Law is actually about

as for me....I can take my case to the Human Rights Commission....there are reasons where I would win, categorically....for the exact reason above, going on holiday!!!
it seems like im NOT ALLOWED BY ACC to visit my son, who lives in oz???

they can get fucked!and I will win...
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THERE IS NO SECTION IN THE ACT THAT STATES YOU CANNOT TAKE A HOLIDAY![/quote] which begs the question; how come you're still suspended? What's their reason?

[quote name='not their victim' timestamp='1318290478' post='117768']still waiting on review decision, 19th should be the time limit, the review was held on 16th JUNE...so its a bloody long time to be financially screwed over

they will have every top wanker working against my case, as it is so winnable!!!! and thats why they are dragging it out[/quote] [/size]
[size=1]So how come you didn't get your decision notice at 28 days?

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[quote name='not their victim' timestamp='1318290478' post='117768'] it appears there is no such thing as justice, so use whatever means to discredit and obliterate these people, who work under our LYING PRIME MINISTER...

if it starts at the top, then its corrupt all the way down....[/quote] The CM is the meat in the sandwich - a very well remunerated sarny for the CM too I might add - but she cocked up and has to cover herself to her superiors. Actually, being a white South African, the superiors have responsibility to ensure the CM has fulfilled cultural competencies as previously mentioned as well as Treaty of Waitangi audits.

[quote name='not their victim' timestamp='1318290478' post='117768'] a friend of mine got in a huge power of poop, all because she stated she didnt like gangs, and mentioned the mongrel mob!!! jesus, youd have thought shed slashed someones throat![/quote] How did that pan out?[/size]
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[size=1][quote name='not their victim' timestamp='1318290478' post='117768'] so Leanne MacDonnel would be FIRED for failing to allow someone the time to attend a tangi! [/quote] The CM has breached the claimant's code of rights - that is the CM failed to check whether the claimant did receive the couriered communication in time - as well as aforementioned cultural competencies and TOW.

[quote name='not their victim' timestamp='1318290478' post='117768'] Do it, lets start showing this corrupt government what the Law is actually about

as for me....I can take my case to the Human Rights Commission....there are reasons where I would win, categorically....for the exact reason above, going on holiday!!![/quote] so what's the hold up?[/size]
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