It’s about mokopuna and providing them with choices towards their own self-independence and quality of life.
We are a kaupapa Maori service that supports people of all ethnicities with intellectual disabilities around New Zealand.
We provide residential and vocational support to clients, known as mokopuna, as well as out of family respite care, caregiver support, high & complex needs support, and awhi whanau (community support).
We believe in creating a community within the organisation, as well as helping our mokopuna become part of the wider community.
With offices in Auckland, Northland, Midlands, and the South Island (Christchurch), we are empowering mokopuna all over the country. As the largest kaupapa Maori organisation in the country, our worldview encompasses everyone – we believe in caring for anyone with intellectual disabilities or mental illness who needs support.
It’s about improving the standard of care and wellbeing of mokopuna – after all, happy and content mokopuna, whanau, and communities are the very foundation of our country’s prosperity.