|Parents Interviews Interactive Trailer [TWK project Tauranga]|
This interactive trailer has on-screen links leading to full interviews
|Sustaining ongoing efforts - what keeps us going? by Linda Thompson|
Parents of disabled children must seek out or create their own support - then they become conquerors - My son taught me to be a better person!
|Speaking up for inclusion in our schools, by Suzy Brown|
I must be the voice for my differently-abled children
|Learning from each other, by Trudy Hulena|
Sharing online stories empowers caregivers - including grand parents caring for their grand children!
|How we found out how to best support each other, by Warren and Sandra Aitken|
Working together is knowing how to support and complement each other to achieve our children's life goals
|Finding support at home, by Layne and Sarah Coates|
Parenting a disabled child has opened possibilities I never knew existed and lifechanging relationships with other parents.
|Why I got involved in a parent-led network, by Ellie Griffin|
I joined the Leadership group in my area - to take control of my son's future needs
|Small actions can become turning points, by Shelley Bishop|
There are times when you simply have to bite the bullet and do what needs to be done - even if it is not what you feel like at the moment
|The school refused to enrol my 5 year old son, by Sandra Aitken|
We set out to find a school that deserved our 5-year old Down syndrome son when our local school declined to enrol him
|The care we needed did not exist in NZ, so brought it back from the USA! by Rebecca Stockdale|
I set out to join an international research trial because the special treatment our son needed was unavailable in New Zealand
|Self-leadership - taking care of myself, by Kellie Collingwood|
A turning point was when I started building up Self Leadership - to stir my family in the positive direction it needs to go
|My friend was waiting for me to ask for her support! by Angela Lumsden|
Solo mums - enrol the support you need when meeting up with authorities!
NDIS planning for adults with severe autism/ASD in the ACT
by Bob Buckley