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Provides information about groups and organisations relating to disability. Maintains a comprehensive and up to date listing of such organisations. Also has information about equipment and services that are available in Hawkes Bay and throughout New Zealand, for people with a disability, their families and carers. This is a free service. We also have access to the Funding Information Service database. (FIS) and public computer access to the WEKA (What Everyone Keeps Asking- about disability) website.
Care and protection of the older person against abuse and neglect.
Education and advocacy for families and public.
This website is about living with intellectual disability in New Zealand.
IHC New Zealand Inc will advocate for the rights, inclusion and welfare of all people with an intellectual disability and support them to live satisfying lives in the community.Support for Family & Whanau
The Hearing Association is a New Zealand wide non-profit organisation, providing a variety of support, information and educational services for people with a hearing impairment.
Helping you cope with trauma.
Victim Support is a voluntary nationwide community organisation, which provides 24- hour emotional and practical support, personal advocacy and information to all people affected by crime and trauma throughout New Zealand
Free Phone 0800 VICTIM - 0800 842 846
Our advice is free. Free, confidential advice and information available about consumer law, goods, services, business, employment, work, finance, heath, welfare, housing, tenancy, property, legal, human rights, personal, family, education, immigration, consumer law, general information, services and activities.
We have friendly, trained volunteers who can listen, advise and discuss your options - whether over the phone or in our office. No problem is too big or too small. We have information about consumer issues, goods, services, business, employment, work, finance, health, housing, tenancy, legal, personal, family, motor vehicles, immigration ...... the list goes on. If we don't have the information, we will put you in touch with the organisation or group that will.
Our offices are open Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm and Saturday morning we have free legal from 9.30am-10.30am (except Public Holiday weekends)
Habitat for Humanity is an International Christian not-for-profit organization that works in partnership with people of good will and families in need, to eliminate inadequate housing by building and/or renovating and selling simple, decent homes that have affordable repayments to selected families who cannot secure a loan or mortgage by normal means.
The organisation was founded in the USA in 1976, Habitat for Humanity New Zealand was established in 1992, and the Hawke’s Bay affiliate began operating in 1996 and has recently amalgamated with Waikato and Gisborne to form the new Habitat for Humanity Central North Island affiliate.
GRANS were formerly Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, Manawatu, Hawkes Bay
We are in a position to be able to assist grandparents with their concerns over the wellbeing of their grandchildren hence the name change to GRANS ( Grandparents Rights, Advocacy, Needs, Support
Formerly Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Manawatu, Hawkes Bay (inc) At least 60% of our calls were to do with grandparents concerned with the wellbeing of their grandchildren.
After much research and consideration we are now in a position to assist grandparents with their concerns regarding the wellbeing of their grandchildren through advocacy and support.
We offer information and support to those affected by epilepsy and aim to educate and increase awareness in the community about this condition.
We have a Field Officer who offers support and education. We run a Support Group who meets regularly, phone for details. We publish a newsletter four times a year. Our Field Officer is available to speak to groups regarding Epilepsy.
Drop in Centre - A support group is held once a month. A donation towards costs is appreciated.
Visiting Service - Our Field Officer is available to visit.
A newsletter is published 4 times a year. Our Field Officer is available to talk to groups, schools etc.
Enliven Homeshare is a brilliantly simple idea! It brings two people together who both benefit from each other, and both have something to offer.
Are you a Householder? Do you have a home that you would be willing to share, in return for some help and companionship each week.
Could you be a Homesharer - would you like low cost accommodation in return for giving up eight hours help a week?
Enliven Homeshare is a positive ageing service that has advantages for both the householder and the homeshare
For the Householder - stay in your own home and retain your independence and the relationships you have in the community. Have some help with daily tasks (this does not include personal cares) Companionship. Enjoy peace and security by having someone in your home at night. Reassurance for your family and friends.
For the Homesharer - low cost accommodation, pursue own employment or tertiary study during the day, companionship, live in a safe friendly environment, save money.