Practical and emotional support for Kiwis who are blind or have low vision, helping them face the future with confidence and live a life without limits.
Carers New Zealand
Provides a range of resources to support family/whānau and aiga carers, which includes a freephone helpline and raises awareness about carers, their role, and their needs within New Zealand.
Carers NZ works closely with Mycare, the online platform where it’s easy for people seeking or offering relief care to connect with each other.
CCS Disability Action
CCS Disability Action is a nationwide organisation that provides support, advocacy and information for people with a disability.
Complex Care Group
Complex Care Group is a support and information network for a special group of carers, run by carers, who look after young people with complex needs.
An organisation that provides information and resources on life for Deaf New Zealanders, Deaf culture and New Zealand Sign Language.
Provides an advocacy service for people with an intellectual disability and has produced the Advocacy Toolkit which contains a wealth of information (which is useful even if your child does not have an intellectual disability).
Provides a range of supports, workshops, training and resources directly to disabled people and families living in Aotearoa NZ.
An organisation that offers kaupapa Māori-based disability support services with a focus on kāpo Māori and their whānau. Mental Health Foundation
The Mental Health Foundation provides a range of services and campaigns addressing all aspects of mental health and wellbeing.
New Zealand Downs Association
The New Zealand Down Syndrome Association provides information, support, education and advocacy services for the Down syndrome community
Parent to Parent
Provides a freephone service and 11 regional offices for nationwide information and support, including connecting parents to other trained support parents.
Vaka Tautua is a charitable organisation that aims to help improve the health and wellbeing of Pasifika people in New Zealand. It provides community support for older people, people with a disability and those needing support for mental health.
Youth Law is a specialist nationwide community law centre for children and young people under the age of 25. They have particular expertise in education law ranging from school enrolment, and discipline, to special educational needs.