Skillet is building a New Zealand-wide marketplace of accessible services, activities and events. Currently concentrated in Auckland, Skillet’s community is made up of Kiwis with disabilities, older New Zealanders and businesses that are committed to accessibility, inclusion and dignity for all.
Skillet works on three levels.
We make it easy for people with disabilities and whānau to book in-home services (e.g. home repairs, accessibility infrastructure) and to join accessible activities in their area (e.g. adapted dance, art classes). In addition to connecting with trusted, qualified and pre-vetted professionals in their community, our members also use Skillet to socialise and to participate in inclusive events nearby.
It gets better. Producing a record of these services and events takes one click of a button, using Skillet, helping our members match their plans, personal funding and progress to their NASC goals.
Skillet also works with Disability Support Providers, helping them meet the principles of Enabling Good Lives by packaging services (e.g. home-based support, group activities and day services) and personalising their value for current and future clients. As New Zealand gears up for Disability System Transformation and the national rollout of Enabling Good Lives, Skillet is here for Providers stay ahead of the curve.
Skillet is free to use for individuals with disabilities and their whānau, so get in touch today using the contact information below. We’d love to hear from you!
- Age-Related Conditions
- Developmental Delay
- Hearing Impairment
- Multiple Diagnosis
- Visual Impairment
- Community Participation