Our directory includes Dunedin disability support services. From brain injury and mental illness support through to work opportunities, social groups and help for parents. Take a look at the range of services below.
We provide advocacy, support, education and information to individuals, families, and the wider community in relation to brain injury through a traumatic or medical event.
Miramare is the entry point for DHB funded support services for disability resulting from psychiatric illness.
Our client support services are designed to help people with issues of any size.
We provide support to families within the community by offering skills-based course for adults, out of school programs for children, and one on one support for individuals and their families as required
Empowering families of people with disabilities and health impairments through support and information.
Free information and advice for individuals that opens doors and joins the dots.
We provide information and support to consumers of health and disability services who are unhappy with the quality of service they have received.
To provide advocacy and friendship for people with an intellectual disability after their parents die or become unable to advocate for their best interests.
Our free service provides: advocacy, peer support, information and education for people with experience of mental illness, their friends, family and whānau.
Our role is to complete a Needs Assessment and Service Co-ordination (NASC) for people with long term impairment /disability needs that meet the MoH eligibility specifications and are aged between 0 to 65 years.
We provide support for all people with an intellectual disability.
CCT support people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorder to live great and independent lives in the Otago and Southland areas
Today we provide a range of support for child and youth and adult clients.
Our services focus on a person’s goals. CCS Disability Action team members work holistically with people and their family/whanau to create a plan to support them to move towards their goals and dreams.
CBCT offers a range of community-based and residential support services for adults, youth and children affected by mental health issues, intellectual disability and head injury.
The Mount Cargill Trust provides specialised residential care to children, youth and young adults with an intellectual disability and/or autism, with associated high and complex support needs.
This is a free service where we have qualified field workers to provide family support, information, advocacy and education around mental illness, addiction and suicide.
As a Specialist School Sara Cohen School enrols students from 5 to 21 years of age.
We provide Day Programs/Services for people 18yrs – 65yrs, who have a disability and are eligible for funding by MSD.
We are a day activity centre for people with intellectual and physical disability.
New Zealand Riding for the Disabled Association (NZRDA) is a charitable organisation which provides opportunities for anyone with a disability to enjoy safe, healthy, stimulating, therapeutic horse riding and horse-related activities in New Zealand
Artsenta is a shared art studio for people within the mental health community.
Home help and domestic and personal support, including night sitter services and carer support.
The Foundation provides a wide range of services aimed at maximising independence by teaching skills and providing on-going support for people with visual impairment and blindness
We advocate for and on behalf of blind and sight impaired Maori and Pacific Island people and their families in a way that is culturally appropriate.
We are a support group for people who stutter before, during and after a recognised speech therapy course, although this is not a pre-requisite
SPELD NZ Inc. Dunedin Local Liaison Group offers one-on-one assessment and tuition for people with specific learning disabilities, including dyslexia.
We provide a full range of audiological services including hearing tests for adults and children (3 years and older), Hearing Aid assessments and fitting, tinnitus counselling, noise and other ear protection and in-service training.
To advance the interests and general welfare of all persons with a hearing loss, their family, whanau and all who support them, to improve their quality of life.
Hearing Therapy Services, is a free service for those 16 and over.
Providing safe, professional ear care services at clinics throughout NZ.
Assistance is provided for deaf people who wish to make changes in their lives.
A national information and advisory service for people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), their families, whanau and the wider community.
Providing advice on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to individuals, families or professionals.
Community Rehabilitation Centre is part of the Rehabilitation Ward Centre.
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