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Please see below update from the Law Commission regarding their work on the review of the Protection of Personal and Property Rights Act 1988 and the release of their Preliminary Issues Paper. Kia ora koutou I’m very pleased to let you know that we have published our Preliminary Issues Paper (PIP) and our consultation […]
FROM WHAIKAHA MINISTRY OF DISABLED PEOPLE The dedicated COVID-19 Disability Helpline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call free on 0800 11 12 13. Text 8988. Or access it with the New Zealand Relay Service at www.nzrelay.co.nz The helpline can provide: – Help or information about vaccines, testing, face […]
Whaikaha is pleased to confirm that its more flexible approach for disabled people to engage family, whānau and aiga to provide supports is here to stay. When other household whānau members can provide support for disabled people, it financially recognises their mahi aroha, work performed out of love, and makes it easier to ensure […]
Please see below info from the Abuse in Care Inquiry: Kia ora, Through your social network and contacts, please help us connect with people who are disabled, Deaf, neurodiverse, whānau hauā, tāngata Turi, tāngata whaiora, or experience mental distress so that they can take part in shaping the recommendations for change. We’ve created […]
We welcome all families, organisations (who are involved in the disability sector) and schools to attend our annual North Auckland discussion meeting – we want to hear, share, learn how to work better together. This collaboration meeting evolved from meetings held in 2017-2021 for families, schools and providers. This project began with a repeated question […]