Disability Advisory Group New Zealand

Disability Advisory Group NZ

Are you affected by some type of disability, do you feel that your Government and councils do not listen to your concerns.

What about parking do you avoid busy places because you can not get a car park? Should the disabled be forced to use parking ticket machines that are not accessible?

Do uneven surfaces and broken footpaths make moving about difficult.

We want our Government and councils to listen. This website has links to contact your council DAG or use our Facebook page to make your concerns public.

Disability Advisory NZ is a more open group than local councils run. Disability Advisory Group NZ on Web and Facebook

NorthAble Disability Services

Improving access to disability support services in Northland Te Tai Tokerau.

We are contracted by Government to provide a variety of disability services and have a 27-year track-record.

With an office and shop in Whangarei, and an agency in Kataia, a mobile van and on-the-road staff, NorthAble provides equipment, information and disability support services throughout Te Tai Tokerau.

NorthAble is a registered Not-For-Profit Charitable Trust and a member of the New Zealand Federation of Disability Information Centres.


Date Event 1980's Organisation based in a small office in Vine St Whangarei, with a manager, a few support staff, and volunteers. 1989 Joined the New Z...

Cultural Support

We believe that all people accessing our services and NorthAble staff working within our services, should feel culturally safe and respected at all times.

Disability Advisory Group needs more committee members we need some community members to advice on issues affecting disabled people, the position requires committee members to interact with their local councils and Government and to provide polite but firm advise to councils, our online group wants to supplement traditional Council Disability Advisory Groups. We want to give our advise directly to councils and Government as well as to the council disability advisory groups.

We want to allow the public to take part, I have great concerns about the current council model of having closed disability advisory groups, this allows councils the chance to manipulate people into accepting minimal outcome which may endanger the disabled community while saving council a few dollars

NorthAble advocate wanted, please contact me to join our online Disability Advisory Group.


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