Four concerts in four weeks from one end of the country might not look that ‘relaxed’. But the musicians and audiences taking part in Chamber Music New Zealand’s relaxed and accessible concerts had a ball.
The moment of truth is getting closer for eight young Canterbury people with learning disabilities, who are learning skills designed to land them jobs.
Chamber Music New Zealand's award-winning series of relaxed and accessible concerts kick off next week in Napier.
Pre-schoolers with autism now have access to the latest research and therapies through a newly established clinic at Victoria University of Wellington.
Passion, success and talent were all on display at the Illuminate Night Market held in Auckland during Youth Week 2019, organised by Recreate NZ.
Three sisters, Donna, Angela and Bronie, are carriers of Fragile X. Between them they have eight children – five of them have been diagnosed with the genetic condition.
Child health nurses are being trained to detect autism in pre-schoolers, using what autism researcher Larah van der Meer says is the most accurate surveillance screening tool in the world.
Sailability Wellington this week launched a boat specially designed for people with disabilities. The big two-person ParAble yacht has two rigs, one for learners and another for competitive sailing.
The makers of new feature film Poppy are close to finding their leading lady.
Wellington actor Jacob Dombroski has added one more achievement to his growing list. He has landed a role on the TV soap Shortland Street.