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Enable New Zealand at Navigating Futures Transition Expo

Enable New Zealand at Navigating Futures Transition Expo

4 March 2014

Helping people with disabilities is what Enable New Zealand is all about. This Thursday at the Navigating Futures Transition Expo, in Palmerston North, Enable New Zealand will be available to discuss and provide information about their services.

The Needs Assessment Service Coordination, and Disability Information Service teams will be available at the expo to provide information about: supported living, individualised funding, family funded carers, carer support (respite care) and more.

Anita Reti, Acting Team Leader – Information said “It’s important that people know what’s available and what organisations can support them and their family with ongoing decisions about their future.”

The team can give you or help you find information on: what services are available, how to access them, how to find specialist support and advocacy groups, how to find a Needs Assessment and Service Co-ordination organisation, other community information, accessible facilities and businesses in your community, information related to specific disabilities, and ageing processes.

The Navigating Futures Transition Expo is being held at Te Manawa, Palmerston North on Thursday 6 March from 1 – 3pm and 5 – 7 pm.

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