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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 you12:51 PM, 2 May 2016 | read more...
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.
“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.
Dear Auckland member
You have given us excellent feedback on what you would like to do for Events in Auckland.
I am planning on setting up an Events Planning Group/Committee - to guide the office so we can ensure we provide exactly what you would like for Events over the next year.11:04 AM, 8 April 2016 | read more...
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 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.
Nominations to this year’s Arts Access Awards are now open. Nominations close on Monday 11 April 2016.
The Arts Access Awards celebrate the contribution of individuals, groups and organisations in providing access to the arts.
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...
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