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2.68. Spinal Cord Injury Resources in NEW ZEALAND

The CatWalk Spinal Cord Injury Trust
The principal goal of CatWalk is to increase funding to support pioneering research and discovery that points the way to repairing damage to the spinal cord.
 
Enable New Zealand
Enable New Zealand delivers a range of services for older people and disabled people. These services are contracted by the Ministry of Health, ACC and for some other District Health Boards.
 
National Assembly of People with Disabilities (New Zealand)
DPA (New Zealand) is an umbrella organisation representing people with disabilities, the organisations involved in advocacy on their behalf, and service providers.
 
New Zealand Spinal Trust
The New Zealand Spinal Trust is a registered charity providing information, education, research, advocacy and support for people who have spinal cord impairment (SCI). The trust specialises in Vocational Rehabilitation for people with SCI, provides a specialised Peer & Family Support program as well as a comprehensive information service based around our established Library which houses the largest collection of rehabilitation material in the country. The New Zealand Spinal Trust is firmly focused on supporting independent living and improving the quality of rehabilitation through initiatives, projects and programmes that directly benefit people with spinal cord injuries.

Parafed Auckland
Parafed Auckland (Auckland Paraplegic & Physically Disabled Association Inc.), is a non–profit organisation which acts as an umbrella organisation for individuals with physical disabilities in the greater Auckland region.
 
Spinal Cord Society of New Zealand
The Spinal Cord Society of NZ has been working to find a cure for people with spinal cord injuries for over 20 years. It is our mission to research, develop and put into practice strategies for the treatment and reversal of chronic spinal cord injury. Our research is completely devoted to the restoration of function in humans.
 
 

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