Cambridge Community Marae – a place to gather and meet
A professional service with a tikanga Māori approach that seeks access to a range of disability support services to help people towards an improved quality of life and independence
A social service and well-being provider in the Cambridge area, providing confidential services with professional and qualified staff in a safe environment. Also a place that provides used Cambridge High School uniforms.
The Autism New Zealand Outreach Service is available across the country with Outreach Coordinators offering a range of support services from our 16 branches nationwide. The Outreach Service provides support, information, and education on autism.
Infant child and adolescent Mental Health (ICAMH) - assessment and treatment of mental health for children and adolescents
Child Development Centre - child-centred and family-focused service for children who have, or are suspected of having, developmental differences or neurological diversities such as ASD, dyspraxia or co-ordination disorders.
Northern Health School (NHS) – One of three NZ Health Schools that provides community, in-home and hospital based teaching to school aged students who are unable to attend school
A charitable Trust offering health and disability information, advice, and equipment to enable you to live the life you choose. After school sports opportunities
Life Changing Experiences for young people with Disabilities.
Alternative Education provides educational support for students who have disengaged from mainstream schooling
A range of parenting programs, including courses, camps and resources tailored to your whaanau
https://www.enablinggoodlives.co.nzcan plan for the lives they want.
Enabling Good Lives is a partnership between the disability sector and government agencies to ensure that disabled people.can plan for the lives they want.
Provides a voice for, and services to New Zealanders with dyslexia as well as to those supporting them.
Nationwide not-for-profit organisation formed in 1983 by parents and professionals to support the families of babies, children, teens and adults with any type of disability or health impairment.