- Current students
- Under 25s
Disability support services off campus
Listed below are a number of external support services and resources that are here to help:
Blind Low Vision NZ
The Blind Low Vision NZ, formerly the Blind Foundation, are New Zealand's leading provider of vision rehabilitation, providing practical and emotional support for people with vision loss.
Deaf Aotearoa provides a range of services for the Deaf Community from employment support to providing assistance with equipment.
If you're looking work as a job seeker, Geneva Healthcare can provide a specialised recruitment consultancy, offering a wide choice of supported employment options for people with disabilities and health conditions.
Mental Health Foundation
The Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand is a charity that works towards creating a society free from discrimination, where all people enjoy positive mental health & wellbeing.
Ministry for Disabled People
The Ministry for Disabled People leads the realisation of a true partnership between the disability community and government, and to help drive ongoing transformation of the disability system in line with the Enabling Good Lives (EGL) approach.
New Zealand Ministry of Health
The Ministry of Health have listed a range of services to support people with disabilities - and the people who care for them.
New Zealand Sign Language Online Hub
Connecting the NZSL Community – a one stop shop to find NZSL related content.
Office for Disability Issues
The Office For Disability Issues are the focal point in government on disability issues. Working toward a vision of New Zealand being a non-disabling society - a place where disabled people have an equal opportunity to achieve their goals and aspirations.
SPELD NZ is a not-for-profit organisation that specialises in assisting people with dyslexia and other specific learning disabilities.
Workbridge is the largest New Zealand-owned employment service for people with a disability or health condition.