We believe in the social model of disability, that is, that disabled people are disabled by the environment around them, not sickness and physical impairments.
“Accessibility allows us to tap into everyone’s potential.”
- Debra Ruh
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
NZ 'not even close' to being accessible enough for disabled
Having free, easy access to a bathroom while out in New Zealand's biggest city feels like it should be a basic human right, but one Auckland mum says it's not that simple planning a day out for her family...
High-rise housing will exclude disabled people unless rules improve – critics
A focus on high-density housing in Auckland may result in homes that disabled people cannot access unless building regulations improve, critics say...
A NZ study into the lives of disabled youth concluded that "ableism", through the attitudes from non-disabled people, was the biggest barrier they faced in participation in daily life.