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The New Plymouth coffee group will no longer be held. The Society would like to thank Maria Coombe who hosted the group giving her time and commitment over the past few years. All the best Maria
You know what’s important in your life! Find out how to capture your ideas and communicate with others about what you want and how they can support you.4:37 PM, 11 November 2015 | read more...
The Raukatauri Music Therapy Centre confirms there are still spaces available for its new Whanau (Family) Music Groups. These Whanau Groups are designed to promote healthy early childhood development and are open to children with special needs, as well as their siblings and peers.
The Society has just received the sad news that Christine Williamson, one of the Cerebral Palsy Society Life Members had passed away on the 7 th of November.
Announcement for people with disabilities and their families
Two new national services to support family carers have been launched by the Ministry of Health for delivery by not-for-profits SAMS (Standards and Monitoring Services), Parent to Parent, and Carers New Zealand.6:22 PM, 5 November 2015 | read more...
As the extended long weekend approaches and the Christmas break hovers just around the corner, the holiday spirit is instinctively kicking in. To help us decide where to go for our summer vacation Richard Fanselowhas designed the access4all website www.access4all.co.nz which features “Accommodation & Activities for people with reduced mobility.”
In this August issue we learned all about the Steptember CP fundraiser. Also there is an interesting article about Red’s settling into family life on page 8. …… as well other interesting stories from our members.
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