How we do it
It all starts with you telling us how your day unfolds, where you need support and what can make life better. This is known as a 'needs assessment'. This means getting to know you, understanding you and enabling you to decide on how we support you. We can help you access a range of Ministry of Health supports and services and we can talk about your other needs too. Together we’ll create a pathway towards the best life possible for you. Send a referral now so we can start our journey together.
CheeHoo! podcast for disabled Pasifika: Adjusting to life and lockdowns
On episode 4 of our CheeHoo podcast, find out what is Supported Independent Living and listen to how three Pasifika people living with disabilities are navigating life in lockdown in their bubbles and communities.
Fathers Fono workshop
Fathers Fono is a parenting workshop aimed at bringing Pasifika fathers together and supporting each other to be the best Dads they can be.
Most accessible vaccination sites for Super Saturday
To celebrate Super Saturday we are promoting our most accessible vaccination centres in Auckland. All these sites have priority lanes on entry for those that need support and low sensory options. There will also be sign language interpreters on site at these centres on Super Saturday so you can truly walk-in and won’t need to book one in advance.
Let us in ensure the Digital Strategy for Aoteroa is inclusive. Have your say!
The New Zealand government is developing a Digital Strategy for Aotearoa. They are seeking feedback on this strategy. We would like to ensure that the disability voice is heard so please read on and see the ways in which you can have your say.
Super Saturday is a nationwide push to help increase our vaccination rates. This will build up to a national day of action for vaccination on Saturday 16 October. There's going to be a friendly competition comparing vaccination rates between areas. We might be a little biased here, but GO, Auckland, GO!