|Sharing stories to learn, by Individual Funding users|
Families are very clear about the benefits of sharing stories amongst themselves - to accelerate knowledge sharing!
|Stretching Individual Funding with community help, by Sharon Cooke|
Ask and the community will provide - 3 job offers for Josh
|Expecting big - right from the start! by Debbie McEwan|
Add flexibility and energy into your life - highly motivated students can be awesome support workers!
|A voice for my community, by Ashley Worthy|
Putting his passion for radio waves first - and investing in long term carers.
|I produced my first album Lucid Frequency, by Oliver Groom|
Invited to join the Trusted Customer Assistive Technology Testing team by Google!!!
|My passion is to mentor new disabled entrepreneurs, by Terry Bartlett|
Terry's experience and his energy can help you dream up and set up your micro-business!
|My son lives a rich life! by Helen Geddes|
What are some examples of a rich and meaningful life for Kevin?
|Our whanau - the most natural caring environment, by Lena Cullen|
Caring for a disabled family member created the conditions for a whanau to rally together
|Creative recruiting for the disability sector, by the starstraining4u team [STARS planning sessions]|
A parent-led new initiative to find great staff for our children with high and complex needs
|Personal Care and intimacy, by Richard Buchanan|
When will our society be mature enough to consider the whole range of personal care that includes the need for intimacy?
|Learning from each other, by Trudy Hulena|
How do we then master the technology to share stories effectively?
|Dream Respite, by Joanne Pudney|
Joanne transformed a visionary dream into reality - through collaboration and perseveration
|Solving a mobility issue to help build community, by Kahu Heremaia Kuri|
When a mobility issue is the only obstacle to develop community, by Kahu Heremaia-Kuri
|Planning now for my son's future after I am no longer here, by Jim Gilmour|
On every parent of a disabled child's mind: what will happen to my child after I pass on? Training Willy's sibling is building his future.
|Small technological changes can make significant differences, by Anna Jansen|
Small technological inputs can make significant differences to people's lives, by Anna Jansen
|Planning a micro-business around my daughter's interests, by Sandra Gilmour|
Prue loves doing laundry - so her family designed a micro-business laundry around her interest!
|Living an exciting life - not in his pajamas at 4:30pm! by Sue Bank|
If all the options available to you are unacceptable - then you have to shape the dream of a good life
|The power of sharing our stories, by Andrea Lamont|
Services (sometimes) give information - but parents share actionable knowledge and inspiration!
|Excited about my future, by Tyler Lamont|
There are many possibilities and choosing between them might be one's biggest challenge!
|Inclusion is about contributing, by Andrew|
Building the leadership skill to contribute to the sector
|Individualised Funding was life changing, by Phyllis McPherson|
Small steps such as buying a dryer can lead to significant savings in support hours