Epilepsy NZ Northland invite parents to join them and meet other families living with epilepsy.
Second Wednesday of each month starting 9th August 2017. More Information
The local electoral office is looking for Fieldworkers to help get people enrolled and updated on the electoral roll ready for this year's general election. More Information
From June 1st, 2017 the office for Total Mobility and Mobility Parking permits will be closed on Fridays. More Information
CCS Disability Action are running a series of workshops in collaboration with 'I Have a Dream Charitable Trust NZ' and 'Whangarei Youth Space'. More Information
Free 2 hour workshop to share your ideas on how The Wilson Home can support children with physical disabilities, and their families. More Information
Karanga Maha (Many Voices) hui to be held in Kaikohe More Information
Life after Stroke Seminar - Information day for people affected by Stroke Organised by the Stroke Foundation NZ. More Information
How many people does it take to change a….writers block? Read Jonny's latest column - A Different Light as published in The Northern Advocate Saturday 13th May. More Information
The Junior Disability Sports Day for physically disabled young people, including vision and hearing impaired 7-21 years of age is coming up on Friday 16th June, 2017. More Information
A Different Light - Northern Advocate - Saturday 29th April, 2017
'What must be harder still is if you are a wheelchair user needing an accessible house'. More Information
A Different Light - Northern Advocate Saturday, April 25th, 2017
'After a night of revelry and bloody-minded indulgence (no fool like an old fool!) my guests left fairly early, seeming decidedly less enthusiastic about continued celebrations.'
Is it too much to expect some respect? Is it really that much of a problem?
Read Jonny's latest A Different Light column - Northern Advocate, 48 Hours Saturday 1st April 2017 More Information
This is a not to be missed one day workshop, open to families and providers. FREE for disabled people and family members. More Information
Hope is on the horizon for reversal of early Alzheimer's. Entering a new era of treatable and reversible Alzheimer's and memory loss with the Bredesen Protocols.
150 case trial reports a 90% reversal in cognitive decline and early Alzheimer's More Information
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"Some weeks things come at you either too high or too low"
Read Jonny's column as published in the Northern Advocate Saturday 4th March 2017 More Information