How we do it
It all starts with a request for a needs assessment. You can apply for yourself, or someone else can do it for you. There’s a range of Ministry of Health supports and services out there and we’ll check if you can access them. We want to understand your disability needs and together we’ll create a pathway so you can live the best life possible for you.
Taikura Trust is first disability group in NZ to receive the Accessibility Tick
Today, Taikura joins Vector, Auckland District Health Board, ACC, Ricoh, Adecco and Sudima Hotels as one of the first Accessibility Tick Holders and the first in the disability sector.
Mental health advice for coping after a traumatic event
The Ministry of Health has developed two resources with 1737 (the national mental health and addictions helpline number) to assist those in mental distress as a result of the traumatic event in Christchurch. The resources are available in Arabic and English.
Enabling Good Lives Q&A: How can we use EGL principles in our work now?
This month, we asked David from our children and youth team: How can we apply Enabling Good Lives (EGL) principles now? Read David’s insight.
We're now members of the Accessibility Tick Programme
We're proud to be the first organisation from the disability sector to join the Accessibility Tick Programme. Working with Access Advisors will help us become a more inclusive organisation sooner, and one that supports disabled people towards economic independence. Read the official statement from our CEO regarding this exciting journey of ours.
Tuhono ki marae: building pathways for Maori
Our new Tuhono ki Marae programme will mobilise more than 40 marae across Auckland to get to the heart of how we can support Maori with disabilities in their communities. This quarter, we're starting in South Auckland at Manurewa Marae