International Day of Persons with Disabilities Whangarei part 2 It does require money to set up but also motivation and training many of these organisations¬†that attended are run by volunteers, who often sit in offices crammed with brochures, effectively the way the day is run is to get these people out of their office with…

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2019 in Northland should be a better year for our disabled, just thinking back to the end of 2018 and the International Day of Persons with Disabilities event at the canopy bridge. I know yes for the first hour when the VIPs were there, there was some excitement, the…

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At age 10 after a bicycle accident I spent almost 4 years in hospital and 85% disabled I was discharged at age 14, at age 16 I did my first track day at Pukekohe raceway. I have raced on and off ever since

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Glen McMillan 2019 owns a house in Riverside Whangarei New Zealand. Age is taking its toll I am struggling to walk any distance I have also hurt my right shoulder. The good I own and run a website design company and publish online, I am disabled I advocate for disability rights. I have applied to…

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As a disabled person, I use a mobility scooter because I do not walk well and suffer great pain when walking I do drive a car but the mobility scooter is the first choice, simply parking a car and walking can be a painful experience. When going to the movies I take my mobility scooter…

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