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Welcome to the Inclusivity Hub The Inclusivity Hub provides a range of resources for organisations and individuals wanting to start or progress on their diversity, equity and inclusion...
Community Connections – Te Hāpori Āwhina Tāngata, is a community-based service which provides services for young people and adults with disabilities, and their families.  They operate in the...
Community Connections – Te Hāpori Āwhina Tāngata, is a community-based service which provides services for young people and adults with disabilities, and their families.  They operate in the...
Community Connections – Te Hāpori Āwhina Tāngata, is a community-based service which provides services for young people and adults with disabilities, and their families.  They operate in the...
Community Connections – Te Hāpori Āwhina Tāngata, is a community-based service which provides services for young people and adults with disabilities, and their families.  They operate in the...
CCS Disability Action is the largest pan-disability support and advocacy organisation in Aotearoa New Zealand. Their vision is to see every disabled person included in the life of their family and...
New Zealand Relay is a free, government-funded service that enables people with hearing and speech impairments to use the phone. They provide services for people who are Deaf, deafblind, hard of...
Habit Health support people in their communities to optimise health and live their best lives. Through their employment and career services, they offer: Job Search Service: A team of vocational...
My Life My Voice was formed in 2020 with the goal of connecting disabled people with their community and helping them find support for themselves. With approximately 80% of staff and all governing...
Snapper is an electronic payment card that allows users to quickly, easily and cheaply pay for travel on trains and buses in the Wellington region. If you have a Total Mobility Card or a client of...
Whaikaha - Ministry of Disabled People is a relatively new ministry set up in partnership with the community and Māori to transform the lives of many New Zealanders. Many disabled people and whānau...
The primary objective of the Amputee Society is to support and promote the welfare of all amputees. This includes offering peer support and encouragement when the going gets tough, and providing...

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