We work to promote opportunities for the independence, mobility, and recreation of people with disabilities as well as providing occupational, social and personal opportunities. We also distribute information and provide assistance to our community and overall foster, encourage and support the work of people with disabilities.
Offering structured, supportive and quiet respite for people with disabilities.
Assisting people with disabilities to be valued contributors to their community, helping them to have the confidence, skills and support of their families and friends to reach their potential.
Disability Information Advisory Services (DIAS) aim to provide free, accurate, up to date and objective information and advice to disabled people, their families, whanau, aiga, caregivers, providers and the general public.
Helping people with a difference to plan their careers, find employment, and provide in-work support.
It provides a free supported recruitment service, enabling businesses to broaden their access to the labour market & diversify the workplace.