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Free Workshop on Disability Issues

July 31, 2014 at 9:59 AM

WAVES and Auckland Disability Law, supported by funding from Making a Difference, invite you to a free community workshop:

How can we work together to protect people with disabilities in our community?

This aim of this work shop is to develop:

  • an understanding of changing attitudes towards disability
  • an appreciation of the lived experience of disabled people - service needs and barriers to accessing services
  • an awareness of current practices and ways of working with disabled people
  • knowledge about the legislation and policy framework for disability rights
  • the opportunity to explore next steps in working towards change in this area.

When:          Friday 22 August 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Where:         Lincoln Green Conference Centre
                    159 Lincoln Road
                    Henderson

Afternoon tea provided – let us know your dietary needs

Venue is wheelchair accessible.

NZSL interpreters have been booked – please let us know if you need them.

Spaces are limited so please RSVP to Sarah@waves.org.nz



Category: Network Meeting