Disabled Persons Assembly

Disabled Persons Assembly

DPA New Zealand is a Disabled Person’s Organisation (DPO) that includes all disability groups.

What we do:

To ensure your voice is heard, and to advance your aspirations, we work with and help you work with:

  • government
  • your local community
  • the general public
  • the media, and
  • disability service providers.

Important information about us:

  • We work in collaboration with others to achieve inclusion for all New Zealanders. DPA  is all about advocacy.
  • Your impairment could be physical or sensory, you may have a learning disability or experience of mental illness or your disability could be neurological, health or age-related.
  • We project an active, independent voice that reflects your aspirations, your concerns and your rights.
  • Every disabled person is listened to, as are all organisations within our disability community.
  • DPA has a system of membership at a local and national structure.
  • DPA members are scattered throughout the country.
  • Most are affiliated to regional groups called regional assemblies and include people with disabilities and others such as family, Disabled People's Organisations (DPO’s) and disability service providers.

Disabled Persons Assembly

Level 4
173-175 Victoria Street
Wellington 6011

(04) 801 9100

comms@dpa.org.nz

www.dpa.org.nz/