Cooking classes running at Comcol North Canterbury deliver a lot more than food prep.
IHC Self-Advocacy Advisor David Corner has been awarded life membership of disabled people’s organisation People First – Ngā Tāngata Tuatahi.
For 30 years Stuart Jenkins has spoken up for disabled people, not just from his home base in Northland but throughout the country.
Elaine Brown was missing in action for months from the IHC Op Shop in Pukekohe.
IHC is looking at the future role of its members as we adapt to changes in society and the different pressures on families.
Former IHC Chair Neil Taylor died on 29 August ending his long commitment to this organisation and to the South Taranaki community he loved.
The health of people with intellectual disabilities is being neglected by health authorities.
Every mother with a pre-teen or teenager needs a break. And it’s just as true for the kid, especially when mum is also their carer.
Renee Marriott, a 42-year-old woman often isolated from the community because of her disability, reduced her mother to tears when she took to the stage in Ngā Tāngata Manawa o te Tai-tonga Kapa Haka Festival in Christchurch.
It was late on a Sunday night when the email arrived warning Hugh that he had a problem. He was too tired to notice all the obvious signs that a scammer had him in their sights.
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