Archive: 2019

More grandparents raising children with special needs.

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More grandparents are raising grandchildren with disabilities in Tairawhiti.

Disabled Invercargill woman fed up with the lack of disability services in Southland.

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A disabled Invercargill woman is fed up with the lack of disability services in Southland.

Accessibility photo library launches to drive change.

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Accessibility advocate, Mary Fisher, in collaboration with the Access Alliance and the New Zealand Human Rights Commission, have launched a photo library to encourage the public to notice access barriers...

Disability is no barrier to becoming a business owner.

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CCS Disability Action is about to launch My Business, an innovative new national programme which supports, connects and funds disabled people who want to become, or who already are, self-employed.

Mother of intellectually disabled worker defends company that paid blind worker $2.30 an hour.

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A parent of a child with intellectual disabilities working at Altus Enterprises is defending the company - even though its employees are being paid just a fraction of the adult...

Job Advertisement - Local Assistant for People First

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ODI Stakeholder Survey 2019

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It is always important to understand the views of people who are close to our work, so that we can continue to improve the services we offer.

Whangārei mobility dogs to hit the small screen.

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They're cute, they're fluffy and they're going to be on TV.

'We miss out': Deaf Māori plead for more trilingual sign language interpreters.

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Standing beside the Prime Minister, working in times of disaster, but also entertainment at concerts like Eminem's - sign language interpreters often find themselves in the spotlight.

Deaf children need better access to New Zealand Sign Language to close the education gap.

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Lack of access to interpreters means deaf children are missing out on education, Deaf Aotearoa says.