News & Stories

Peer Support Service Launch - Media Release

Read the media release for the Peer Support Service here.  Read More

Landmark Report Released into Maori Aging and Disabilities

The New Zealand Maori Council has released a comprehensive policy statement challenging the Government and policy makers to do more when it comes to Maori elders, the aging and those... Read More

2019 Halberg Games

The Halberg Games is a national, three day sports competition open to physically disabled and visually impaired 8-21 year olds. Read More

Peer Support Service - registrations now open

Are you an amputee interested receiving support from a Peer Support Volunteer? We are excited to announce the launch of our Peer Support Service, with registration for recipients now open. Read More

Woman who pleaded for amputation now on the path to independence with prosthetics and property in her sights

Elane​ Corby has had a big year; from battling terminal cancer and having her leg amputated to now learning to walk again with a mind to move into her own place. See the... Read More

Back from the brink: How I reversed my type 2 diabetes

Being diagnosed with out-of-control type 2 diabetes was a shock for Stuff writer John McCrone. But is this how we can all fight back? See the story here.  Read More

AUT, Waitematā DHB launch new podiatry clinic for diabetes patients

Waitematā District Health Board (DHB) and Auckland University of Technology (AUT) have launched a new clinic within AUT Integrated Health, near North Shore Hospital. Read More

Young cancer amputee refuses to live in slow lane

See the full story about Deanna Marsden by Stuff here  Read More

Being Me: Alex

Alex Hunt is a 25-year-old professional tennis player, born with one arm and a dream of one day, playing in a tennis Grand Slam. See the full story by Attitude here. Read More

Do you identify with limb deficiency? Do you play sport?

Are you over 18? Do you participate in sport? You could win $200! Read More

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