New, fresh look for IHC website
If you have visited the IHC website recently, you will have noticed some changes.
While you were enjoying a summer holiday, we were quietly launching a new website designed to make it easier for families, whānau and everyone else to find what they are looking for.
On top of our regular content there’s a new section with information specifically for families.
“We have restructured it to be more user friendly and user focused,” says IHC Senior Advisor for Content Management Heather Bruerton.
Heather says the website will help you find your way to all the new, cool stuff, such as our new Stand Tall gaming app and IHC Media live sessions.
There is information about what IHC can offer and how you can get involved in what IHC does.
At present, we are collecting evidence about the experiences of disabled students and their families to support our education complaint, which has a hearing coming up in the Human Rights Review Tribunal. Read about the issues that have led to the complaint and add your voice to our campaign.
The website is also where you can go to find out about anything else new that we are doing. Heather says news highlights will be featured on the home page.
The goal has been to use plain English and to make the website as accessible as possible for everyone who wants to visit.
And you can find it all at the same address – ihc.org.nz
Come and visit.
This story was published in Strong Voices. The magazine is posted free to all IHC members.
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