Schools & Communities
We promote knowledge, attitudes, policies and practices that facilitate inclusive education so all children, young people and adults, including those with disabilities, have equal opportunities to learn, belong, and flourish in their local, regular, educational setting. Read more »
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What We Do
We recognise that disabled people are often denied the right to participate in education alongside other people of their age. We aim to change attitudes and practise by:
- Providing Information
- Trainings & Workshops
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26 June 2017
IHC is measuring how New Zealand is doing for people with intellectual disabilities via a new survey that has just gone live.
The survey is brief and available to complete until July 14th.
We would appreciate your input if you’re a person with an intellectual disability, a friend, family member or supporter, or if you’re involved in the disability support sector.
IHC Advocacy is also running focus group discussions with people with intellectual disabilities to get their views and experiences.
We kindly ask that you let your networks know about the survey. However, please remember when you forward the link that this survey is about people with intellectual disabilities and not a general disability survey.
If you have any queries, please contact Claire Stewart [email protected] or Trish Grant [email protected] Read More »