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What the Bleep Do We Know About Impairment?

What the Bleep Do We Know About Impairment and Disability?
– Friday 15 September, 10.00 am

Disability Resource Centre – 14 Erson Ave, Royal Oak, Auckland


Whether you’re disabled or not, join me for an exciting chance to witness an innovation in thinking about your personal connection to the experience of functional diversity™. I’ll atomise current notions of impairment and disability, with brand new theories of quantum physics outlined in the acclaimed movie – What the Bleep Do We Know?

“I was personally reminded that the most powerful point of influence for me is over my own beliefs and attitudes.” – Viv Maidaborn (CEO, New Zealand CCS Inc)

Don’t miss this ideal professional or team development opportunity from the Diversityworks Group.

For more about the workshop and for booking information, visit


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