New COVID-19 alert levels. Read our information for disabled people and whānau.
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Auckland is back in Level 3. The rest of the country is at Level 2. Find out what this means for you and your whānau.
Find an information centre, connect with a support network, or get info and advice on heaps of topics relating to disability.
Find out how to work safely in the community during COVID-19 alert levels 2 and 3.
NorthAble is a not-for-profit community organisation and Northland’s largest disability information centre, established in 1990.
A citizen advocate strives to represent the interests of a person as if they were the advocate's own.
We are a Disability Information Advisory Service based in Penrose Auckland, operating throughout Auckland metropolitan area.
We’re your not-for-profit friendly community experts on all things related to disability and ageing–from generic information through to walking stick testing.
We provide Disability information, awareness, advisory, and support services to Pacific people living with Disabilities in Auckland.
Yes Disability Resource Centre (YES) is the hub of information and resources for people with a disability living in North and West Auckland.
CILT provides a range of community services to the people in the upper Coromandel Peninsula.
Life Unlimited is a central source of independent information on disability issues and community resources.
The Disabilities Resource Centre Trust has been providing support services for people with disabilities in the Bay of Plenty for twenty nine years.
Disability Resource Centre (H.B.) Trust is a Charitable Trust that offers support to, and promotes opportunities for, people with a difference.
The Taranaki Disabilities Information Centre is the focal point for New Plymouth and the Taranaki region with "Achievable Ambitions".
Every New Zealander deserves to live the most productive and fulfilling life they can.
We provide Disability information, awareness, advisory, and support services to Pacific people living with Disabilities in Wellington.
We provide information about disabilities and support to the Kapiti area, while the mobile service extends this to the Wellington, Hutt Valley and Porirua...
We use innovative ways to provide high quality disability and health related information to people living in, or wishing to visit West Coast communities.
Aspire Canterbury is a Disability Information Service that helps people with disabilities and people over 65 to stay living independently.
We provide Disability information, awareness, advisory, and support services to Pacific people living with Disabilities in Christchurch.
Disability Information Service is here to help people with information, advice and resources.
Disabilities Resource Centre Southland is proud to serve disabled and elderly residents of Southland and beyond.
We are a national organisation representing the voice of Deaf New Zealanders, and the national service provider for Deaf people in New Zealand.