The Cerebral Palsy Society’s Mission

‘To enhance the lives of people with Cerebral Palsy in New Zealand’

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CP Society Youth Events

CP Society Youth week events are being held in the following areas:-

Auckland, Wellington & Christchurch.

Auckland

  • Fairy, and Pirates party- Thursday 21 st July 2016

Wellington

  • The first event on Saturday 28 th May 10:30am - 3pm will be a free train trip to see the Kapiti Coast with a free feed in Paraparaumu.
  • On Monday 6 th June (Public Holiday) 10am we will celebrate Matariki together at Carter’s Observatory
  • On Wednesday 6 th July 7:30pm we will be inspired by Spoken Word Poetry at Meow (18+ venue)

Contact people- Chloe- Education.wgtn@youthline.co.nz - Felicia- Felicia@emergetrust.org.nz

There are costs involved for people other than members

Christchurch

Click Here : to download the list of events which are run in conjunction with PHAB

For members that fit this demographic for whom we have your Date of Birth, we will email invitations direct to you, as more information becomes available.

6:40 PM, 26 May 2016 | read more...

Auckland Coffee Clubs

The May dates for the Auckland Coffee Clubs are now out

Click Here: to view the May dates

Please just turn up to any of the Coffee groups if you are interested. We look forward to seeing you

12:51 PM, 2 May 2016 | read more...

Help Develop New Strategy

Megan McCoy, Director of the Office for Disability Issues is encouraging everyone connected with the disability community to help develop a new disability strategy for New Zealand.

Megan states
“The new disability strategy will provide clear direction for the government over the next ten years, helping them to make informed decisions on issues that impact disabled people.

3:55 PM, 14 April 2016 | read more...

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Official Launch Invitation

The National Carer Learning and Wellbeing Resource Service (Care Matters) and the Carer Matching Service would like to cordially invite you to attend their official launch. The launch will be held in Wellington on Wednesday the 8th of June from 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm at the Brentwood Hotel, 16 Kemp Street, Kilbirnie Click Here: to download the invitation.

Please RSVP by the 2nd of June

7:17 PM, 26 May 2016 | read more...

Universal Accessibility Needs Expanding.

By Elliot Yates

Captioning in New Zealand is a farce and in a crisis. It is an inequality that is endured by many people in need. It is not only Deaf people that have borne this inequality. It is all of you. Yes, even the hearing people.

6:45 PM, 22 April 2016 | read more...

The Future Of The New Zealand Workplace

Flexible Work Schedules, Telecommuting

New research reveals Kiwis’ strong preference for flexible workplaces

The results of the research conducted by Randstad is good news for disabled jobseekers who seek flexibility in the workplace. It is well documented that the disabled sector of the community can compete with and very often surpass their non disabled counterparts, if flexible hours are implemented.
11:25 AM, 12 April 2016 | read more...

Review

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March Issue 2016

In this March issue we meet the three new Interns who are currently assisting with a number of projects in the office. Also there is an interesting article about Rod Milner who is in the disability vehicles business and his expansion plans for the future on pages 12 & 13.…… as well other interesting stories from our members.

Click Here: to read and download the March 2016 issue of the Review.

1:46 PM, 29 March 2016 | read more...