Giving more people the opportunity to enjoy our awa

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From left: Michelle Riwai – General Manager, Enable New Zealand, Karen Naylor – Palmerston North City Councillor, Grant Smith – Mayor of Palmerston North, Brian Jeffares, Andrea Crutchley – Business...

International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2021

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Enable New Zealand’s Year in Review 2020/2021 out now

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Enable New Zealand’s Year in Review highlights our work across the health, rehabilitation, and disability sector for the 2020/21 financial year.This year’s edition includes articles on:

Health sector information sessions come to the North Island

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Information sessions about the upcoming health sector reforms are being held around the North Island until mid-December.

Enable New Zealand becomes national supplier for ACC’s Managed Rehabilitation Equipment Services (MR

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We’re proud to announce that Enable New Zealand has been awarded the contract by ACC to be the new supplier for their Managed Rehabilitation Equipment Services (MRES).

Mobility scooter supports Shirley’s independence

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Shirley Roddick has always looked for ways to help others, whether it’s knitting boots and hats for babies in neonatal care, helping out at local schools, or volunteering with the RSA.

Our services in Wellington, Wairarapa and Kapiti Coast during Alert Level 2

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The Wellington region, including Wairapapa and Kapiti Coast, is moving to COVID-19 alert level 2 as of 6pm on 23 June.

Our services at Alert Level 2

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Enable New Zealand would like to update you about what our services look like under national Alert Level 2.

Are you the caregiver of a child aged 0-5 years? We need your help!

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Enable New Zealand’s Sharon Campbell is currently completing a degree in Audiology at the University of Canterbury.

Creating a new kind of community space in Palmerston North

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If you’re looking for family-friendly community spaces in Palmerston North, there’s no shortage—but parents of children with sensory needs know that even a great space can fall short when it’s...