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NZCommunity Living provides ongoing support to 20 year-old Jane*, who is affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Jane’s family had been fundraising to build a house that met Jane’s future needs, and asked NZCommunity Living to help with this. While we were waiting for the house to be built we supported Jane to move into an NZCommunity Living residential service in another area, and to be part of that local community.
Jane and her family were closely involved in selecting the service that best met her needs and in developing a vocation plan, outlining the types of activities she would like to be doing. Jane has since been involved in going to Riding for the Disabled, riding her bike with staff, going out into the community to restaurants, and shopping for the things she likes. Her family have noticed how much Jane has grown in confidence and become more independent.
NZCommunity Living will be supporting Jane to move into her new home, ready to start a new and exciting chapter of her life.
*changed for privacy purposes.
NZCare and Geneva Community Living have come together to form NZCommunity Living, an organisation dedicated to supporting people with disabilities in New Zealand.
Our Disability Support Services reflect our belief that all New Zealanders deserve to live fully, have equal opportunities, and achieve their ambitions.
That’s why everything we do is designed to enable people with disabilities to be part of their local community, connect with whānau and friends, and do the things they enjoy. We will work with you and whānau to provide support that is personalised, flexible and reflect the choices that you want to make in your life.
Together, wherever you’re going. Haere tonu tātau.
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- Access to government funded services for people with disabilities is managed through Needs Assessment and Service Coordination Services (NASCs). NASCs are referral agencies that will determine what government funded services you are eligible for and will refer you to an organisation that can meet your needs. There are different NASCs covering different regions of the country.
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PO Box 24445, Manners Street, Wellington 6142
0800 101 057