Driftwood Town house Sculptures

Hawkes Bay Deaf Club 22 Lee Road, Taradale, Napier, New Zealand

This workshop will teach you how to recycle, reuse, repurpose many things such as woods, kitchen stuff plus more. The workshop will also teach you how to plan, put together by using different home tools, hand tools, soldering gun, glue gun, drills etc. Also learn about how to keep your ... Read more

Event Series Healthy Mind & Active Body

Healthy Mind & Active Body

Active Southland 16 Surrey Park Rd,, Surrey Park,, Invercargill, New Zealand

Tuesday, 7th May 2024 Introduction to what a Green Prescription with the Active Southland is. What is the program that can support people in keeping their minds and bodies active? There will be some fun activities to try out and see a new activity for your mind and body. Tuesday, ... Read more

2024 Access Centre – Pukekohe

Franklin The Centre - Edmund Hillary Room 12 Massey Avenue, Pukekohe

We can provide: Opportunity to have a chat and to meet other Deaf people. Free information and support services Advice Translation support (e.g. support with reading letters and forms etc. New ideas for ACE workshops Information about Deaf Aotearoa services Information about assistive equipment for Deaf/hard of hearing. presenters from ... Read more

Event Series Powerpoints and handouts

Career Planning and Upskilling

The Classroon 159 Seventeenth Ave,, Tauranga

Workshop 1: - Career Planing Workshop 2: - Skills Development - Resume Building Workshop 3: - Networking & Overcoming Barriers Workshop 1: Fri, 10th May Workshop 2: Fri, 14th June Workshop 3: Fri, 12th July 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Tea & coffee and refreshments will be provided.

Maori Crafts – Flax Flower Weaving – Mahi Raranga Putiputi

Hawkes Bay Deaf Club 22 Lee Road, Taradale, Napier, New Zealand

Come along and learn to weave a stunning flax flower arrangement, we will be working with natural and coloured dye flax. Decorate your home with them or gift to a friend as a keepsake. Please bring a plate to share for lunch. Refreshments provided.

Event Series 2024 Access Centre – Kaikohe

2024 Access Centre – Kaikohe

Far North Business and Events Hub 5 Marino Place, Kaikohe

We can provide: Opportunity to have a chat and to meet other Deaf people. Free information and support services Advice Translation support (e.g. support with reading letters and forms etc. New ideas for ACE workshops Information about Deaf Aotearoa services Information about assistive equipment for Deaf/hard of hearing. presenters from ... Read more

2024 Access Centre – Gisborne

176 Cobden Street 176 Cobden Street, Gisborne

We can provide: Opportunity to have a chat and to meet other Deaf people. Free information and support services Advice Translation support (e.g. support with reading letters and forms etc. New ideas for ACE workshops Information about Deaf Aotearoa services Information about assistive equipment for Deaf/hard of hearing. presenters from ... Read more

2024 Access Centre – Kaitaia

Te Ahu Corner of Mathews Avenue and South Road (SH1), Kaitaia

We can provide: Opportunity to have a chat and to meet other Deaf people. Free information and support services Advice Translation support (e.g. support with reading letters and forms etc.) New ideas for ACE workshops Information about Deaf Aotearoa services Information about assistive equipment for Deaf/hard of hearing. presenters from ... Read more

Event Series 2024 Access Centre – Rotorua

2024 Access Centre – Rotorua

Rotorua Library 1127 Haupapa Street,, Rotorua

We can provide: Opportunity to have a chat and to meet other Deaf people. Free information and support services Advice Translation support (e.g. support with reading letters and forms etc.) New ideas for ACE workshops Information about Deaf Aotearoa services Information about assistive equipment for Deaf/hard of hearing. presenters from ... Read more

Deafhood Identity & Culture – Christchurch

Deaf Society of Canterbury 80 Fitzgerald Ave, Christchurch, New Zealand

Identity process of embracing the cultural norms, beliefs and values of Deaf community. Deafhood workshop will focus on: Historical Cultural Linguistic reality of Deaf people Understanding ourselves Understanding oppression Comparison between Te Reo Maori & Deaf culture Deafhood represents a journey of self-discovery, cultural affirmation and liberation in celebrating of ... Read more