Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand
The Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand's purpose is to enhance the lives and well-being of people with Cerebral Palsy. They provide a number of practical everyday programmes for their members that are designed to assist people living with Cerebral Palsy (CP) and their families with gaining independence and an enhanced quality of life.
For more information about the Cerebral Palsy Society, please visit www.cerebralpalsy.org.nz.
Polio NZ Inc is an incorporated society dedicated to supporting people who have had poliomyelitis. The society seeks to provide information relating to various aspects of polio and its late effects, it seeks out collaborative relationships with organisations and professionals with like interests, it advocates for the betterment of New Zealanders who had polio and works to improve or develop services and opportunities that would be of assistance. Polio NZ Inc also administers funds donated by the Sir Thomas and Lady Duncan Trust for the express purpose of providing assistance to those contending with polio and its late effects.
For more information about Polio NZ, please visit www.postpolio.org.nz
Diabetes New Zealand Incorporated is a charity that represents and supports people with diabetes. They've been around for over 50 years and have a National Office in Wellington and branches across the country with staff and volunteers who help people live well with diabetes.
For more information about Diabetes NZ, please visit www.diabetes.org.nz
Heart Foundation NZ
The Heart Foundation is New Zealand’s heart charity, leading the fight against heart disease. Their mission is to stop New Zealanders dying prematurely of heart disease and help people with heart disease to live full and productive lives.
For more information about Heart Foundation NZ, please visit www.heartfoundation.org.nz
The Health and Disability Commission
If you require support and advocacy to help you lodge a complaint, click on the following link to go to the health and disabilities commission website, www.advocacy.hdc.org.nz/find-an-advocate