Alert Level 2- Disability Support Services

All disability support services can operate so long as they have Alert Level 2 public health control measures in place such as having Covid-19 risk screening in place, appropriate PPE is worn and physical distancing rules are maintained. Under Alert Level 2, disabled people can: • move houses,…
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Alert Level 3 - Disability Support Services

Essential personal care services, such as toileting, washing and feeding, are provided as usual. Some home help, such as house cleaning, may be available, depending on individual circumstances. Urgent disability related equipment will be provided. Wearing a mask (which may be either disposable…
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DPA AGM 2020 - Preliminary notice

This is to give you advance notice that the Disabled Persons Assembly Annual General Meeting 2020 will be held on: Date : Saturday November 28 Place : Wellington (venue to be confirmed) The AGM will also be live-streamed on Facebook. Venue, agenda and board election details…
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Situation Vacant - DPO Coalition Secretariat

Secretariat to Disabled People’s Organisations (DPO) Coalition Contract Position   The DPO Coalition has an exciting new opportunity available for an exceptional person to support us. The secretariat will provide a full range of administrative and executive support, to the…
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Open Letter for Disability Justice in Climate Action

DPA and SustainedAbility have gained the support of Greenpeace New Zealand, Oxfam New Zealand, 350 Aotearoa, 350 Pacific and OraTaiao: New Zealand Climate and Health Council in calling for all infrastructure projects, including green infrastructure and transport, to be fully accessible and uphold the…
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Moving to Alert Level 3

General information about Alert Level 3 can be found on the Covid19.govt.nz website. We also like this simple Q and A from the Spinoff: What you can and can’t do in Covid-19 alert level three: 60 questions, answered We've put together a few more questions and answers that disabled…
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