WDC Disability Advisory Group, why I should have a successful application to WDC to join there disability advisory group, it is part of my life to help others

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Success did happen we rented a warehouse in New Lynn and employed 5 people 4 of them disabled.

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It was towards the end of 1973, after almost four years in the hospital I was discharged and allowed to live at home, I was returning to school. I would be picked up from home by taxi and taken to Mt Roskill primary who catered for disabled from 5 to 18 years all in one…

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This is a request from DPA Northland for WDC to please consider Accessibility for battery-powered mobility devises in Whangarei. The issue of having powerpoints located around the city and available for the purpose of charging mobility scooters or electric wheelchairs or mobility equipment, an example would be the Hatea Loop which is lighted so power…

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DPA Northland I think we are going in the direction of improving outcomes for 25% of this cities population, We will make sure people go to the correct support service, simply by better connect and information availability online. Different DPA members will accomplish different things in their own fields of interest. I want to encourage…

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I was 85% disabled before I got my drivers license, I have a walking disability. Driving is a sitting job I left foot brake on a track I am fast, I am driving the video car speeds up to 185 kph, listening to the CDs and kicking butt

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Hello DPA members, some of you may not know me well others seem to think my efforts are counterproductive, really I have 40 plus years of very productive effort, I would like our members and others to understand just how productive I have been for this reason I am writing a fairly comprehensive blog that…

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Glen McMillan born in the late 1950s a boy in a family of five, 3 brothers and a sister, mum, and dad, I was the youngest of the boys, my brothers taught me to speed on my pushbike. And speed I did two months after my 10th birthday I was speeding down my own street…

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Pukekohe Kids in carsHere is another thing I have done for the sick and disabled. Kids in Cars at Pukekohe raceway, it a great day out for the kids, many suffering from cancer. I myself are 85% disabled but have raced on and off for 40 years, I drive as well as any other personI…

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When I have had to visit the Whangarei Hospital I normally arrive on my mobility scooter, there was no accessible way from the footpath into the car park, I had to use the car entrance, I could only just squeeze past the barrier arms, leaving the hospital grounds I always felt unsafe having to use the…

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