News Update 25 March 2021

In this Update: Vaccination Roll Out Information NZDSN/DSS Joint Work programme details Diploma Qualifications in Employment Support: 2nd Intake Ministry of Health Pay Equity process and timelines The Incorporated Societies Bill was introduced into Parliament last week COVID extra-ordinary costs reimbursement Vaccination Roll Out Information A range of information is now available on the Ministry …

News update – March 2021

Welcome to our first Newsletter of 2021. We acknowledge that this is a little over due, but like everyone else, the year to date has not been without its challenges as COVID 19 serves up some regular reminders of its continued presence. We have also been waiting in order to provide some substantive progress on …

Auckland Regional News Update-December 2020

Welcome to the December 2020 NZDSN Auckland regional news update No doubt 2020 will be a year for the history books. We have all been challenged this year but as with every struggle, some amazing growth can come out of it and next to all the challenges, positive growth has definitely taken place in the …

NZDSN Newsletter — December 2020

Reflections On 2020 It is difficult not to repeat several words and phrases that have become clichés for a year that none of us expected, but affected all of us, and for many in ways that were not anticipated as the year unfolded – or unraveled, depending on one’s perspective. We learned a lot about …

NZDSN December Symposium

Safeguarding a Good Life Understanding and implementing approaches that promote, protect and enhance the rights and wellbeing of disabled people Spaces still available!To reserve your place contact admin@nzdsn.org.nz Thursday 10th December 2020 9:00am to 4:00pm Avon Room, Christchurch Town Hall86 Kilmore Street, Christchurch Central, Christchurch 8013 Programme: 9.00: Mihi Whakatau 9.15: The Royal Commission of …

News Update – Briefing To Incoming Ministers

About NZDSN The New Zealand Disability Support Network (NZDSN) is a national network of over 170 organisations – predominantly Not for Profit – that provide support services to disabled people, mainly through contracts with government, and which employ approximately 25,000 people. NZDSN members provide approximately 80% of the volume of contracted disability support services. Our …