Author: InclusiveNZ

Kilmarnock employees in the workshop.

Kilmarnock Enterprises

Ghandi’s famous quote: Be the change you want to see in the world, quite aptly describes how Social Enterprise Kilmarnock Enterprises chooses to operate. Focussed on projecting positive attitudes about disability and helping smooth the transition into work for school leavers with disabilities, CEO Michelle Sharp strongly believes that to achieve the organisation’s objectives, projecting the changes…
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People at the Optionz Brain Rehabilitation & Recovery Trust.

Optionz Brain Rehabilitation & Recovery Trust

These times they are a changing and rather than blowing in the wind, Optionz Brain Rehabilitation & Recovery Trust is all about taking a proactive approach. Whether that means upgrading its paper based systems to web-based cloud operating & storage programmes – to foster their collaborative approach, or by achieving certification under NZ8158:2012 Home and Community Support…
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People at ConneXu.

ConneXu

Te Awamutu Residential Trust is sporting a new look and couldn’t be happier. In fact, not only has the look and feel of its brand changed but also its name. Now known as ConneXu the organisation thought it was a great opportunity to change things up a bit, as not only does 2015 mark its…
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Staff at Catapult.

Catapult Employment Services Trust

They’re definitely not a dating agency but Christchurch based supported employment agency Catapult Employment Services Trust would be the first to say successfully matching employers and job seekers is a core component of their work. Dedicated to its cause, Catapult staff can often been seen out and about in their community getting to know the…
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Staff at Elevator.

Elevator

Elevator is a specialised recruitment agency offering supported employment options for people with disabilities living in the greater Auckland region. This is a free service for candidates and employers. Its main aim is to assist disabled Aucklanders to work in careers of their choice, as the agency firmly believes that with the right career, disabled…
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