Equipment return

CDHB asks for the return of unused hospital equipment. ​The Canterbury District Health Board asks for the return of overdue hospital equipment, to ensure its hospitals are well-stocked. Every year thousands of patients are loaned equipment to assist them to recover at home but sometimes people forget to return the item by its due date. … Continued

Very ECO Cycles ( 4 wheel cycle )

An innovative vehicle to help get you active and stay active. Ideal in a retirement village or paved setting. It has 4 wheels so is more stable than a bicycle or tricycle. Very easy to mount or dismount. New Zealand designed and made.

More Mobility – scooter and equipment sales ( Formerly Walk on Wheels )

Largest range of mobility equipment in Christchurch. They are committed to supplying quality products that offer maximum assistance and value for money. Professional staff to help. Able to make home visits. Can hire or purchase equipment and they also do repairs. Equipment includes: Mobility scooters, electric wheelchairs, wheelchairs, walkers, comfort chairs, electric beds, pressure care … Continued

Mobility Parking Scheme NZCCS

Provides a card for car, after GP verification, allowing use of car parks for people of all ages who are unable to walk and who rely on a wheelchair for mobility, or rely on mobility devices (e.g. crutches, walking sticks, walking frames) or are unable to walk 200 metres unassisted because of the nature/severity of … Continued

Aspire Canterbury – formerly Disabled Persons Centre Trust

Provides office rental, equipment hire, room and hall hire. Wheelchair hire. Administers the Disability Information Service and the Total Mobility Scheme (taxi vouchers). The Centre is home to the following organisations: Disability Information Service, 366 6189 Alzheimers Society Canterbury, 379 2590 Multiple Sclerosis & Parkinsonism Society Canterbury Inc 366 2857 Muscular Dystrophy 377 3091 NZ … Continued

Post Polio Support Group Christchurch

Post Polio Syndrome is a ‘second’ disease affecting a large number of Polio Survivors. The support group meets 4th Wednesday of the month, 10am, at the Cashmere Club. They have a variety of speakers and entertainers. . On Sunday mornings use the Hydrotherapy Pool at Burwood. Arrange social outings. Have access to a wheelchair bus. … Continued

DPA Christchurch & Districts (Assembly)

The Assembly of People with Disabilities is an advocacy and national lobby organisation that promotes the issues facing disabled people.The local branch advocates are always working to improve access and rights for disabled people in 6 key areas : Access,Education, Employment,Health services, Human rights, Transport. For further information, email Karim at the above email address.

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