A directory of community groups and services in the Wellington region
Access is a non profit organisation that provides home-based healthcare to help people maintain their independence in the community. We work with the MoH, DHBs and ACC to care for 14,000 clients each …
Full-time and part-time care for children (6 months - 5 yrs) in the inner city.
An Acoustic Neuroma is a benign tumour on the balance nerve behind the ear.
We support and give information of treatments to patients with this condition.
We also support them after their operations…
A short walk or cable car ride from the city and the Botanic Gardens, the Adam Art Gallery is a public gallery located at Victoria University of Wellington.
We offer a changing programme of national a…
Aikido is a traditional Japanese martial art in which practitioners learn to neutralise and redirect attacks in a non-violent fashion.
Benefits of regular training include improved fitness, flexibili…
Club by and for musicians, and music lovers for the promotion of acoustic and folk music.
Runs workshops, sessions and concerts open to the general public.
Injury prevention resources and information provided to the community.
Seeks to promote the Thinksafe project through education and support.
Quality care and education for 2-5 yr olds.
Full-time and part-time places available.
Hours are 7.45am - 5.25pm.
One-on-one budgeting in client's own home throughout the Wellington region. Education on budgeting to community groups.
Advisors with educational and audiological training, for children from pre-school to tertiary age.