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Disability Support

These LINKS provide information on general Disability Support in the greater Auckland region.


We hope these will be helpful to you. We also welcome your feedback and suggestions. 

Reading Books in Library

This free support guide from Disability Connect, is designed to help parents and families of children and young people who have been recently diagnosed with a disability. The booklet aims to help families navigate their way throughout the disability sector.


The disability sector can be complicated to understand so this over-arching guidebook may be useful to families regardless of the age of their loved one.


Tailkura can help you access a range of Ministry of Health supports and services. Our NASC service is funded by Whaikaha - Ministry of Disabled People and like all other NASCs across New Zealand, we refer to guidelines and policies for disability support services set by Whaikaha. 


Together we’ll create a pathway towards the best life possible for you. Send a referral now so we can start our journey together.

Information about disability services can be hard to find. This Info Hub can help you find your way through the maze, making it easier to find the information you need.

We’re a not-for-profit organisation and we’ve been around since 2002. We work with more than 13,000 disabled people and their families throughout Auckland. Our clients are under the age of 65 years.

Panel members will:

·        identify the issues that are important to people with disabilities

·        provide advice on our regional strategies, policies and plans

·        help us to effectively engage with people with disabilities.

This helps us build understanding and awareness of issues that are important to Auckland's diverse communities and helps us improve our engagement approach.

Let's Work Together

"Alone, we can do so little;

together, we can do so much."  

Helen Keller

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