Disability Advisory Group NZ

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Disability Organisations F - M

Further Resources & Organisations:

Hearing Dogs:

Hearing Dogs supports and trains hearing dogs for people with hearing problems.

Hearing Association:

The Hearing Association is a volunteer-based organisation that helps people with any type of hearing problem.


Local branches offer one-to-one support for members and non-members alike, socially and in the workplace.


iSign is a nationwide booking organisation providing New Zealand Sign Language interpreters.

D_A_G - Disability Organisations F - M

IHC New Zealand:

IHC New Zealand is a membership-based organisation that supports people with intellectual disabilities to live satisfying lives in the community. IHC provides a range of services, including advocacy, and a library related to intellectual disability.

Mental Health Foundation:

The Mental Health Foundation provides a range of services and campaigns addressing all aspects of mental health and wellbeing.


It provides free information and training, and advocates for policies and services that support people with experience of mental illness and their families/whānau and friends.

Multiple Sclerosis Society Of New Zealand Inc:

The Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society of New Zealand is a non-profit organisation that provides on-going support, education and advocacy for people with MS and their support networks. It also aims to educate the general public, employers and health professionals about MS and actively funds key research into the condition.

D_A_G - Disability Organisations F - M

Muscular Dystrophy Association:

The Muscular Dystrophy Association is a New Zealand not-for-profit organisation which provides information and support to people affected by neuromuscular conditions. Its services include a national fieldwork service, as well as specialist information and advice.

Te Pou o Te Whakaaro Nui:

Te Pou o Te Whakaaro Nui is a national centre of evidence-based workforce development for the mental health, addiction and disability sectors.

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