Hawksbury Community Living Trust

Organisation Details The Hawksbury Community Living Trust was initially set up in 1992 to provide quality residential support for people with intellectual disabilities. The service opened its first home in Dunedin in April 1992 and has since opened 10 further homes in Dunedin and Christchurch. The majority of the people we support initially moved from …

The Eastgate Community Trust

Organisation Details Eastgate Community Trust supports adults with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities. Contact Name: Felicity Bell Address: PO Box 54 212 The Marina Auckland 2144 Phone: 09 5774556 or 0276672396 Email: felicity@eastgatetrust.co.nz Web: www.eastgatetrust.co.nz …

New Zealand Down Syndrome Association

Organisation Details The NZDSA offers a support and information service for people with Down syndrome, their families, whānau, professionals, and students. Contact Name: Zandra Vaccarino Address: PO Box 4142, Auckland, 1140 Phone: 0800 693 724 Email: neo@nzdsa.org.nz Web: www.nzdsa.org.nz …

Hearing Auckland (Tamaki Makaurau Hearing Trust)

Organisation Details Hearing Auckland is the commonly used name of the Tamaki Makaurau Hearing Trust which is a non-profit charity dedicated to supporting people with hearing loss, their families and Whanau.  We are funded by clients who pay for services, by donations and by the support of other organisations. Our mission is to provide access to …

Henderson Home Community Homes

Organisation Details Henderson Home Community Homes provides residential care for intellectual, physical or sensory disability, dual diagnosis and also holds individual mental health contracts. Carer support and respite also welcome. Contact Name: Kirsty Crossley Address: 311 Hendersons Road, Hoon Hay, Christchurch 8025 Phone: 03 338 0268 Email:kirsty@hendersonhome.co.nz Web: …

Thumbs Up Trust

Organisation Details Thumbs Up Trust was established to support the needs, aspirations and on-going development of young people with intellectual and physical disabilities to enable them to: Actively participate in the life of their community and gain enjoyment from its facilities Learn and develop new skills Engage in a range of cultural, artistic, recreational and …