Guidance and resources
Making churches welcoming for everyoneFind out how people can make their churches more welcoming for disabled people.
Are you an employer, business owner or government agency?
Find out how you can ensure disabled people can fully participate in our society.
A Guide for Carers - He Aratohu mā ngā KaitiakiA Guide for Carers provides information on the range of services and support available for those who provide care for someone close to them
Accessible signs for vision-impaired peopleFind out how to make signs accessible for blind people.
Mapping the Change reportThis mapping report looks at the success factors of social change activities to find out what works and what does not.
Accessibility audits of towns in CoromandelRead about accessibility audits carried out on towns in the Coromandel region.
Employing disabled peopleHere is information that will make it easier to employ disabled people so that your organisation can benefit from their contribution.
Be. Accessible Business ToolkitHere you can access a toolkit to make your business or organisations fully accessible to all New Zealanders.
How to improve access to buildingsPeople with disabilities must be able to 'carry out normal activities and processes' in an accommodation building, and there are a number of ways to ensure this is possible. Find out more.
Guidance for policy makersLearn more about the 'social model' of disability. This draws on a human rights discourse, defining disabled people as an excluded or oppressed social group. It distinguishes between the impairments that people have and the barriers to social participation that they experience.
Disabled People's OrganisationsFind out about the role and attributes of Disabled People's Organisations (DPOs) and how to seek involvement from DPOs into policy advice processes.
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