Applications welcomed and wanted for Young Disability Leaders to Travel to Japan in February 2018
If you have, or have ever had, an access need or disability, we would love you to participate in a quick, independent online survey. We're interested in finding out what people know about, and have experienced of, the Be.Accessible programmes.
Challenge for Growth in NZSL will allow deaf children and teenagers, and their whānau/families, throughout New Zealand to develop positive relationships with positive role models, leadership skills, self-esteem and confidence while being exposed to NZSL in a variety of settings.
Place name signs in NZSL were researched by the NZSL Online Dictionary team at Victoria University with a grant from Round 1 of the NZSL Fund.
The identification of high priority areas for disability data is important to meet the needs of disabled people.
In the June 2017 quarter, the Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS) began including data on the disability status of respondents.
This Māori Language Week, we acknowledge Te Reo Hāpai - a glossary of te reo Māori terms in the mental health, addiction and disability sectors.... "Words have great power."
This summary report provides an update on work by the Office for Disability Issues.