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The best of DiversityNZ – October 2015

We thought we’d change things up and, instead of individually reposting what we publish on Diversity New Zealand’s social networks, today we start a monthly digest. Enjoy :)

3 October 2015

DPSN: Nikki’s Natter – Dear Dad…

Originally posted on dpsn:
Nikki Frittmann is a notetaker and reader/writer for students with disabilities at AUT University.  She has Spina Bifida and lives in Auckland with her husband and two…

7 September 2015

PHILIP’S BLOG: NASC from a client’s perspective

I was invited to present the keynote plenary session on the first morning the Needs Assessment and Service Co-ordination Association (NASCA) national forum, providing a client’s perspective.

4 September 2015

DPSN: Disability and Management

Originally posted on dpsn:
Every second month Anna shares her musings, personal insights, and observations of our diverse lives. Can having an impairment be compared to managing a team? ?…

24 August 2015

Canadians throw sex-positive party geared to people with disabilities

Originally posted on I Think Differently:
Source: CBC News Stella Palikarova, left, and Andrew Morrison-Gurza are throwing a party meant to give people with disabilities a chance to explore and…

11 August 2015

Diversity Dilemma: function (aka disability)

Originally posted on dpsn:
In this months guest blog, Philip Patston shares part one of a four part series on the diversity dilemma’s that New Zealanders face in 2015. Disability awareness…

10 August 2015

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