Kia ora everyone!

I’ve been busy training and learning about my role. Meeting the other Regional Coordinators and slowly making my way around the Lower South region networking with caregiver providers to understand how we can all work together for the best for our children.

Please feel free to call or email me. I am looking forward to meeting more of you and hearing your stories and what support fits best for you. My days of work are Tuesday – Friday and I am based at Harvest Court Mall, 218 George Street, Dunedin.

Raylene Hubac

Rayleen Hubac
Lower South Regional Coordinator
03 470 1277 or 027 501 0005


The Identity and Belonging trainings have been booked for Invercargill on 19 March and Dunedin 25 March.  

This workshop will explain the importance of te tamaiti (the child’s) or rangatahi (young person’s) identity and belonging and how that can help you care for them. You will be introduced to the different types of personal connections and explain how they are fundamental to the wellbeing of te tamaiti (the child) or rangatahi (young person). Te Toka Tumoana principles of wellbeing will be introduced as a framework for understanding Identity and Belonging.

Check out our training calendar below to register.

Have you joined our closed Facebook Group?

As a member of Caring Families Aotearoa you have exclusive access to our CLOSED Facebook groups. These are only open to caregivers that are members of Caring Families Aotearoa. This allows our members a platform to seek support, information and resources.  

If you are a member of the Otago Supprt Closed Facebook Group, please joing the Lower South Support Closed Facebook Group. 

Click the link below to join!
Lower South Support Closed Facebook Group