Lists support groups, agencies, or services available to people with disabilities in New Zealand, as well as activities and social groups.
The New Zealand accessible tour operators for the disabled and for seniors. Providing opportunities for exploration, adventure and discovery through travel, specialising in customised tour itineraries. Also specialise in restricted mobility, wheelchairs, specific medical needs, blindness and visual impairment.
Support network for ACC claimants. Provides education, support and help, including case law and a discussion forum.
Has ensured that the blind speak for themselves to Government, service providers, and the community in general.
Information about blindness issues, guide dog services, library services for the blind, equipment for blind people.
Provides support and strengthen communities so people with disabilities are included in the life of their family/whanau and community.
An umbrella organisation representing people with disabilities, the organisations involved in advocacy on their behalf, and service providers.
A multi-service organisation working to assist people whose lives are touched by disability. Services are available to people with disabilities, their families, employers, health professionals and disability support organisations.
A charity that trains unwanted dogs from the SPCA as Hearing Ear Dogs/Hearing Dogs for the deaf and places them with hearing-impaired New Zealanders.
Provider of services to people with intellectual disabilities and their families.
Provides a comprehensive guide about publicly funded disability support services in Auckland and Northland, who is contracted to provide them and who is eligible to use them.
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