LifeLinks is contracted by the Whaikaha-Ministry of Disabled People to facilitate Disability Support Services for people aged between 0-65 years who have an intellectual, physical, sensory or neurological disability (or a combination of these) and their families/ whānau/aiga/caregivers. Their services are provided to service users/tangata whaiora and their families/whānau who reside in Canterbury, South Canterbury and the West Coast.
LifeLinks develops outcome-focused personalised plans and facilitates access to a tailored range of natural, universal, and Whaikaha - Ministry of Disabled People - funded supports.
To access LifeLinks outcome planning and outcome facilitation services and government-funded disability support services you need to meet the Whaikaha - Ministry of Disabled People eligibility criteria.
If you do not meet the eligibility criteria then they will help you to find other services that may be able to help.
LifeLinks is a Free Service
This Service is based in Canterbury, but also provides support to the West Coast.