Author: InclusiveNZ

Forum participants

Inclusive NZ March Forum

Thank you to everyone who came along to our March Forum which was held in Wellington. It was lovely to see you all there! Links to the Speaker Presentations can be found below: Tess Casey CEO of Inclusive NZ (PDF, 290 Kb), outlines the organisation’s Workplan and focus for the coming year. James Lord from…
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April 27, 2016 0
Laurel and Nellie

A free Webinar with Janelle Fisher and Laurel Stephens

PATH and MAP webinar details (PDF, 2 Mb)

April 20, 2016 0
Pou Whakaaro Community Hub

Pou Whakaaro – Collaboration creates new community hub

Creating a multi-purpose Community Hub in the Eastern Bay of Plenty is one step closer thanks to a design collaboration between Pou Whakaaro and the Unitec School of Architecture. Through the collaboration a detailed plan of the project has been designed and released with three potential sites being put forth in the proposal. Potential services…
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April 15, 2016 0
A painter working in The White Room.

The White Room – Creating an inclusive artistic space

When Skillwise art facilitator Bev Lowen dreamed of creating a dedicated art space for Skillwise clients, she was determined that its key focus would be on art, not disability. Fostering inclusion, self-determination and learning practices were also important factors, as well as the dream to make it accessible to all by eventually opening it up…
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April 15, 2016 0
Participants running in the TriAbility

The Hutt Valley Disabled Resources Trust TriAbility Triathlon

That moment when your name is announced over the loud speaker, everyone is cheering and you cross that finish line with a mix of relief, achievement and bewilderment that you made it at all. For the rest of the afternoon all you want to do is talk about what has just happened with anyone who will…
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April 15, 2016 0