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Serving the Otago community since 1989, Livingwell provides free disability information and advice and access to resources that support independent living. Their information and equipment...
A respite option is any support or service that helps you to have a break from caring for a person with a disability. To access respite supports and services talk to your local Needs Assessment...
Community Residential Support Services are one of a range of support services funded by the Ministry of Health. These services assist disabled people to live in a supported community environment....
Community day services help disabled adults who can’t find work to take part in their community and improve their personal skills by providing access to regular meaningful social contact and...
If you or someone you care for needs support because of a disability, you’ll need to talk to a Needs Assessment and Service Coordination service (NASC). NASCs are organisations contracted by the...
Capital Support is the Needs Assessment and Service Coordination (NASC) agency that covers the Capital and Coast DHB catchment, and contracted by Ministry of Health to provide needs assessment and...

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