If finding a girlfriend or boyfriend is important to you, don’t give up. Let your friends, family and support workers know that having a relationship is important to you and ask for their support.
Judy Small shares some of the challenges using public transport in the 1980s with three children, pushchairs, packages and a guide dog in tow!
Hamilton deputy mayor Martin Gallagher describes having his hearing tested and hearing aids fitted as being “transformational”. It’s just a pity he took so long before seeking help.
When Holly Campbell started seeing Auckland hearing therapist Debbie Brown from Life Unlimited Hearing Therapy she’d just lost a fulltime job due to her hearing loss.
Often the first thing people see when they meet 23-year-old Fe Jacobs is her disability. She just wishes it wasn’t all they see.
Enabling Good Lives has thrown a lifeline to Kerrianne and her family. It gives them the flexibility to use funding for the supports they need. In Kerrianne’s case, travelling to and from the activities she loves is a high priority.
Everyone wants to feel safe and comfortable in their own home. If you need to modify your home so it is easier to get around, here are some ideas.
Learn more about where you can get help if you need modifications to your place of work, or assistive equipment to help you do your job.
It’s important to get out and about in your community – for work, study or to meet friends. If you’re finding it hard to cover the costs of transport, here are some places you can get help.
When it comes to sporting achievers Honey Hireme is right up there having represented New Zealand in three sports, but for her one of her biggest achievements came recently with a disabled teenager.