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Change Maker was formed by a group of friends seeking meaningful employment and a better life. They are Janie, Nathan, Neville and Cameron and are people with varied abilities. Change Maker is their...
Porirua Kapiti Community Law Centre provide income tested legal services to those who live in the Wellington region and are on low incomes who would not otherwise be able to access legal services. ...
Auckland Disability Law (ADL) provides free and accessible legal services to Disabled and Deaf People associated with their disability related legal issues. ADL is the only Community Law Centre that...
Health Navigator provides New Zealanders with free and reliable health information and resources. Information and advice on menstruation (also known as menstrual period, period or menses) can be found...
Advice and information from Ministry of Health on healthy living – including eating well, immunisation, physical activity and...
Life Education is a charity that works in schools to educate and inspire children and young people to make positive choices. They provide programmes focused around health and wellbeing, delivered...
You can order birth, death, marriage, civil union and name change certificates online. All standard certificates cost...
CADS runs a number of free educational and therapeutic groups for people who may have issues with alcohol and drugs or have family and friends who are affected. They can also help with: Individual...
The Personal Advocacy and Safeguarding Adults Trust provides a range of safeguarding services and supports. These include Supported Decision Making support and training, short term...
For Adults who, through disability or ill-health, need support around ensuring their rights, health, welfare and support needs are...
If someone is unable to fully manage their property and financial affairs, a property manager can be appointed to look after these things. If the person’s income or benefit is less than $20,000 a...
If someone needs help making decisions for themselves about their personal care and welfare, the Family Court can appoint a welfare guardian for them. For the court to do this, it must mean the court...

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