Inclusive NZ is excited to announce that it will be hosting a forum in Wellington on 17 July. Registrations are open now. Click through to the link to complete the registration form.
The Minister for Disability Issues, Hon Carmel Sepuloni and the Associate Minister of Health, Hon Julie Anne Genter announced that the launch of the DSS Transformation will take place on 1 October 2018 in the Mid Central Region. Just over $23 million has been allocated for the rollout in Mid Central which includes Palmerston North, Horowhenua, Manawatu, Ōtaki and Tararua districts. The funding also […]
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More money has been allocated for health, housing and schools in the budget 2018. Below is a summary of some of the budget allocated in the social sector. Health $3.2 billion additional budget over four years, including $2.2 billion more for DHBs and $126 million for elective surgeries and other areas. $750 million for hospital upgrades and rebuilds. Cheaper doctor […]
Inclusive NZ welcomed the news that the Government has committed to an inquiry into mental health and addictions. We would have liked, however, to have seen an explicit commitment to specific consultation with all affected communities and their representatives. To read our full press release click through to the link. To read the Radio NZ story on How the Ministerial […]