Disability Information and Advisory Support Services
In Northland, there are a range of organisations providing a Disability Information Advisory Service about a specific disability, or disability in general.
Get more information about these individual organisations and how to contact them in Northland.
This year the Northland White Ribbon Ride will be combined with the official launch of ‘ENOUGH IS ENOUGH’.
Northland DHB is supporting the Northland White Ribbon Ride 2013. An annual event raising awareness that Family Violence is not OK in our community.
Parent to Parent’s November e-news is out now with some great support group and informational meetings coming up.
There is also a Carer’s survey that aims to gather information on how the Carer Support Subsidy is working for people, this will be valuable information for the Ministry of Health so please jump online and complete this before December 20th.
The latest update from NorthAble is out now for you to read and share.
Included in this update is information on their new Online Shop where you can shop for your equipment and daily living aids from the comfort of your own home. Jump online and have a look at the products offered. If it’s not there, contact NorthAble and ask them to source it for you. New products are being uploaded weekly.
The Whangarei division of Epilepsy New Zealand are establishing a regular walking group to provide another avenue of support for people living with epilepsy.
The group will meet every Tuesday morning from 10 until 11am.
NorthAble’s latest information update is now available for you to read.
Follow the link below to see what has been happening and what is coming up.
Included in this update there is also a Job Vacancy for an Executive Officer for the newly developed Whangarei Youth Space.
Gout – It’s not just your kai!
Gout is often very misunderstood and people who have gout find it can be well controlled.
As the title suggests it’s not just about kai and alcohol. Come along and find out more.
Parent to Parent are holding a Sibling Workshop on Saturday 9th November 2013 at Parent to Parent, 291 Kamo Road, Whangarei.
This workshop is designed for children and young people who have a brother or sister with any extra need - whether the condition is considered to be more common or acute.