Enable New Zealand

Enable New Zealand is a multi-service organisation working to assist disabled people and their families/whanau/hapu, employers, health professionals and disability support organisations. Enable Information can put you in touch with a range of disability and rehabilitation support organisations and service providers. They can give you the contact details for your local Needs Assessment and Service … Continued

Aspire Canterbury

Aspire Canterbury provides support and resources for independent living. They provide advice and contact information to assist disabled and older people and those who support them. Aspire Canterbury Mobile is a free service to the community and takes information and products for easier living out into the greater Canterbury area. The mobile unit attends EXPOs … Continued

Melrose Kiwi Concept Chairs

Melrose Wheelchairs is a Wheelchair manufacturing company that build custom, made to measure Wheelchairs for long term Wheelchair users (ie paraplegics, amputees).  They also build Sports Wheelchairs, particularly Wheelchairs for Rugby, Tennis and Basketball.   The Sawyers Arms Road shop also imports wheelchairs, walkers, shower seating and wheelchair accessories. A wide range of mobility products … Continued

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

Wheelchair Services

Supply and service new and used Mobility equipment. Have available manual and powered scooters, reverse alarms, wheelchairs, walkers, commodes, custom seating, upholstery covers, customised equipment, spare batteries.Wheelchair and scooter tyres; Post-operative rental equipment for hip/knee replacements eg shower stools, toilet lifters, shower commode (custom built).Sell wheel chair carriers. Walkers hire $25 week. Wheelchair hire $15 … Continued

Active Healthcare Ltd ( Rehab Equipment Company )

At Active Healthcare we supply world-class rehabilitation and home healthcare equipment solutions to Healthcare Providers, District Health Boards, National Care Groups, Private Hospitals and Rest Homes. We also supply direct to clients and carers. Our legendary service and delivery are what make us unique. Active Healthcare has a nationwide team providing knowledgeable advice and equipment … Continued

Nurse Maude Laundry & Linen Hire Service

Linen Hire Service: Nurse Maude’s Linen Hire and Laundry Service provides free linen to people who are unable to launder items of linen in their own home. It is also available to anyone for six weeks after surgery at a Canterbury public hospital if they are assessed as needing the service. Clients receiving this service … Continued

Nurse Maude Hire Equipment & Sales

The Shop at Nurse Maude has a range of ability aid products designed to support people in and around their homes when extra assistance is required and also specialises in a wide range of continence products. Items for hire or purchase include:- * Bath boards, bath/shower stools * Wheelchairs, walking frames and crutches * Bed … Continued

Low Vision Clinic

Aims: To provide a comprehensive low vision service for the people of Canterbury and Westland region and provide a place where equipment to assist people with low vision can be located; to co-ordinate the services of providers of services, to people with low vision. Viewing machines (colour and monochrome) can be hired for approx $75 … Continued

Christchurch City Council

A very helpful way of looking up information on their website is to go directly to the Website A-Z guide under the Services & Information heading on the left-hand side of the website. The ONLINE WEBSITE: www.ccc.govt.nz/HaveYourSay has been set up to allow people to have their say about what the Christchurch City Council is … Continued

↓