Barbara Tane, left, and Te Rōpu Wāhine Māori Toko i te Ora branch president Melodie Hamon at the White Ribbon Day in Te Awamutu

Growing good leadership

A new Disabled Leadership Group brought together by Life Unlimited will bring a valuable mix of expertise, lived experience and fresh thinking to help inform the future direction of the organisation and the services it delivers.

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Communication devices

Communication devices can be used to support the communication needs of people who experience difficulties producing speech or written communication.

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Pendant offers peace of mind exploring

Getting out into the natural world provides valuable opportunities to learn and explore. But, it’s often difficult for parents and caregivers to find safe places to visit if the child or person they care for likes to wander.

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Safety concerns for mobility scooter users

The ever increasing number of mobility scooters and power chairs now on footpaths do provide independence for the users but Waikato charitable trust Life Unlimited is concerned some people using them are doing so unsafely.

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Child in a wheelchair enjoying outdoors with a carer

Getting the support you need

Here’s some information about getting the support you need to make life as independent and enjoyable as possible for your child with a disability.

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