NZSL version of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report

On this page you can watch an NZSL version of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report.

The Enabling Good Lives report presents a new approach to how disability supports are provided. It was produced in August 2011 by an independent experts group, which was commissioned by the Minister for Disability Issues, Hon Tariana Turia. The Ministries of Health and Social Development are working with the experts group to test the Enabling Good Lives approach.      

1.0 Introduction     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “Introduction”.     

   

2.0 Government support for disabled people     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “Government support for disabled people”.  

         

2.1 Why: To acheive a fair and inclusive society     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “Why: To achieve a fair and inclusive society”.     

     

2.2 For whom: Those in need of support     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “For whom: Those in need of support”.     

     

2.3 When: Basic support and additional support     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “When: Basic support and additional support”.     

       

3.0 Proposal: Move towards facilitation-based support     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “Proposal: Move towards facilitation-based support”.     

  

3.1 Principles     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “Principles”     

       

3.2 What facilitation-based support would look like     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “What facilitation-based support would look like”     

       

3.3 How it would work     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “How it would work”     

        

3.4 How funding could be structured and delivered     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “How funding could be structured and delivered”     

         

3.5 Transition to facilitation-based support     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “Transition to facilitation-based support”     

       

4.0 How facilitation-based support relates to existing initiatives     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “How facilitation-based support relates to existing initiatives”.     

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5.0 Implementation approach: Where to start?     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “Implementation approach – Where to start”     

         

6.0 Recommendations     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “Recommendations”     

         

7.0 Additional recommendations     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “Additional recommendations”     

         

8.0 Appendix A: How the report was developed     

This video provides an explanation in New Zealand Sign Language of the Enabling Good Lives August 2011 report’s section “Appendix A: How the report was developed”     

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