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Offers coordinated home support, supported employment for people with disabilities and community participation day-based services
It is a client driven organisation, with 50% of the governing body having a disability or being closely associated to someone that does.
Today, the Disabilities Resource Centre Trust is a Charitable Trust and operates with a General Manager and teams consisting of Home Care Services, Community Services, Advocacy, Information and Administration.
The team environment allows for innovative and progressive ideas to be acted upon in a timely manner. Due to the ever-changing environment of the Health and Disability sector this is essential for any organisation meeting the challenges and opportunity of change.
The services offered by the Disabilities Resource Centre Trust have increased to meet the growing demands expected by a large number of people in the Eastern Bay of Plenty region. The Disabilities Resource Centre Trust today is a prime example of how the social needs and responsibilities of a community can be effectively incorporated into a professional business environment. The social conscience versus the business theory of profit-driven management can co-exist and the Disabilities Resource Centre Trust today is evidence of this.
The Disabilities Resource Centre Trust continues to provide a range of health, well-being and support services catering for people with a huge range and level of disabilities, along with offering fully-equipped conference facilities for use by the entire community. However, foremost in the minds and hearts of those involved with the Disabilities Resource Centre Trust is the people for whom the organisation was established. Our services are tailored to meet the needs and goals of the many hundreds of people with disabilities that we assist every day.
Work and Income provides financial assistance and employment services throughout New Zealand. We offer a single point of contact for New Zealanders needing job search support, financial assistance and in-work support.
Deaf Aotearoa New Zealand is a Deaf-led, not-for-profit organisation formed more than 30 years ago by D/deaf New Zealanders. The organisation focuses on promoting Awareness of, Access to and Advancement of New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) – to help strengthen the rights of Deaf people and give them the confidence to be an active part of society. As the only nationwide provider of services to Deaf people, Deaf Aotearoa provides information on a range of services, including legal advice, education opportunities and employment issues.
Deaf Aotearoa also works with government agencies, businesses and other organisations to provide information and resources on life for Deaf New Zealanders, the Deaf community and NZSL.