General Information Hub

Information about health and disability services, and other helpful organisations. 

The Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand provides members. However, there is a range of organisations and services available to help New Zealanders living with Cerebral Palsy and other disabilities. This section provide information on these organisations and services. 

Health and Disability Services

Many people living in Cerebral Palsy can get support through ACC, Ministry of Health and other governmental agencies. 

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Needs Assessment and Service Coordination Providers 

If you or somebody else needs equipment or support because of a disability, you need to talk with your local Needs Assessment and Service Coordination (NASC) provider.

Find your local NASC provider.

Transportation Schemes

People with Cerebral Palsy can be difficult to get out and about, especially if they have a wheelchair. However, there are a number of services available to make getting out and about easier and affordable. 

Learn More

Firstport home page


Firstport provides information about organisations and services available to help people with disabilities.

Visit Firstport

National Attractions

The Cerebral Palsy Society of New Zealand wanted to compile a list of national attractions that our members may benefit from. We have also include key details around location, contact details and entry requirements.

Download our list of national attractions here.

Join Our Online Community

It’s an important time to be connected. Connecting with your community is an incredibly powerful way to beat isolation at this time.

Join our online community today where you can speak with CPS staff, and other families around New Zealand who either have, or know someone living with Cerebral Palsy.

Visit our Facebook

Request A Call From Our Team

We’re here to help. If you’re feeling isolated or need support, our team is available to talk. Sometimes, having someone to chat with can make a huge difference during this time of isolation.

Why not request a call or email from the team today?

Request a call