Carabiner is a unique 12-month mentoring programme that aims to link potential with success.
Phone: 09 414 53 60
The Cube works with young people with disabilities who live, work, study or play in Auckland. We aim to support young people and their families to participate in education, health, recreation and employment activities, contributing to a strong sense of belonging and pride in their community.
Disability Connect is the trading name of the Parent and Family Resource Centre, supporting families raising a child with a disability by providing information, education and seminars.
3B Olive Road
Phone: 09 636 0351
Fax: 09 636 0354
Glow Kids is the only organisation in Auckland providing Conductive Education for children. The Centre provides a warm and friendly learning environment for pre-school children, aged from birth to 6 years with neurological or physical impairment.
Phone: 09 845 8070
KidsLink is a Kiwi enterprise dedicated to making life easier for children, young people and their families.
Parent to Parent
Parent to Parent seeks to empower families and whanau of people living with disabilities and health impairments through support and information.
Freephone: 0508 236 236
PHAB is an organisation that is inclusive, promoting and supporting self-reliance enhancing social opportunities of people whether disabled or non-disabled.
Phone: 09 488 7490
Phone: 09 277 7717
Recreate New Zealand
Recreate NZ's major programmes include outdoor adventure camps, youth development getaways, urban youth events and school holiday programmes throughout New Zealand. By using the context of the outdoors and various getaway locations throughout New Zealand works twofold in developing young people with disabilities.
Phone: 09 634 3474
StarJam gives young people with disabilities the chance to perform and come together through the common love of music and dance.
Freephone: 0800 4 STARJAM (0800 478 275)
Phone: 09 523 3500 within Auckland
TOUGHLOVE New Zealand
TOUGHLOVE NZ is a unique national organisation which focuses on parents of teenagers and provides on-going support for as long as required. It operates a national network of support groups which meet once a week. Thousands of parents in New Zealand have benefited from the TOUGHLOVE programme.
YES Disability Resource Centre
YES Disability Resource Centre (YES) provides information and resources for people with a disability living in North and West Auckland.