Author: InclusiveNZ

Daniel Kitchen.

Daniel’s Story

When Avalon BOP Inc member Daniel Kitchen made the decision to work towards the Duke of Edinburgh Hillary Award – Bronze level, he was under no illusion it was going to take a lot of hard work. But after completing six months volunteering at the SPCA, three months each of physical recreation at the BOP…
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Sarah Taylor-Smith.

Sarah’s Story

The festive season has always been a favourite time of year for Sarah Taylor-Smith and now she has been able to express this love artistically in a Christmas themed book. The book titled Counting at Christmas features colourful artworks painted by the talented artist and compliments the storyline of the book – counting down the…
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Cliff Chase.

Cliff’s Story

When Cliff Chase starts to talk about his job at The Warehouse in Hamilton, it doesn’t take long to see that it is hard for him to curb his enthusiasm. Excitedly rattling off his daily duties of packing and stacking as a team member working the night fill shift, it’s clear that not only does…
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Jason

Jason’s Story

Jason, who is supported by ConneXu, is the hero of his own story: a goal-setter who works steadily through the steps he needs to achieve in order to reach his goal. Some time ago Jason laid out the Path he intended to follow, and set himself the goal of learning to drive, beginning with his…
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Nathaniel.

Nathaniel’s Story

Nathaniel, who is supported by St Chads Communication Centre Trust in Rotorua, is not one to suffer from Mondayistis. Instead, every Monday afternoon he looks forward to heading to his work placement at Rotoura Apparelmaster Drycleaners as he quite honestly loves his job. Tasked mainly with sorting and cleaning all the mats and rugs that…
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