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Te Roopu Waiora Trust is a unique kaupapa Maori Organisation founded and governed by whanau with physical, sensory and intellectual disabilities.
Since it began in 2001, Waiora has evolved and expanded its role of providing disability information and advice to also assisting whanau access Maori communities, providers, agencies and government.
Large projects are jointly guided and evaluated by our partners Tamaki Ngati Kapo Inc and Mana Tangata Turi
• Network links and contacts
• Community Research and Planning
• Maori disability awareness
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Kia marama nga reo…
Weekly NZ Sign Language and Maori Deaf Awareness workshop alongside Te Reo Maori sessions are held here at Te Roopu Waiora Trust.
Tailor made information regarding disability services and supports that might meet your needs.
Either contact us with your enquiries and we will search it out for you or come to one of our monthly information hui. We have a range of information packs and contacts with disability services to assist whanau make informed decisions.
Providers and agencies are also welcome to arrange presentations at whanau information hui or join us for monthly community hui.
Mahi hangarau ki te whakaora whanau haua
Technology to improve whanau access
Project Karere was formed to help improve access to health services for whanau with disabilities using technology. Producing digital audio and visual panui to increase the methods of communication and range of information available to whanau haua.
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