Spirit of Service Award - Leadership and Governance
Enabling Good Lives (EGL) governance and leadership groups are the winners of the State Services Commission’s Spirit of Service award.
The EGL governance and leadership groups were nominated in the ‘Leadership and Governance’ category. This category recognises outstanding public sector leadership in governance.
The EGL leadership and governance groups were nominated by the Ministries of Health and Social Development.
You can read more about the nomination, and other nominees of the awards on the State Services Commission website.
Next Steps Expo 2019!!
The Next Steps expo is held every year - a collaborative event with local service providers, community organisations and entrepreneurs. The aim is to showcase what is available in greater Christchurch and to assist young people with disabilities and their families look at opportunities beyond school ... to connect young people and their families to local clubs, groups, networks, volunteering opportunities, sports, gardens, games and choirs ... any possibilities and opportunities happening in their neighbourhoods that they are keen to be involved with, as well as ensuring full citizenship; making use of the services and supports that all New Zealanders have available to them.
The 2019 Next Steps Expo is on Monday 15th April at Haeata Community Campus, in Aranui, and there is no cost to participate or to attend (but feel free to bring cash to support some young entrepreneurs who will be showcasing their businesses!!). See the Next Steps FaceBook page for more info
System Transformation in Canterbury - Forum Two!
we invite you to come and
- hear more about the disability system transformation
- ask questions about what this means for you and your life
- decide how we can develop a regional leadership group here in Canterbury
Location : Chateau on the Park, 189 Deans Avenue, Christchurch
Wednesday 28 March; 2:30 - 4pm : disabled persons forum
Wednesday 28 March; 7 - 8:30pm : family / whānau forum
Thursday 29 March; 9 - 10:30am : community organisations forum.
Enabling Good Lives February 2018
Introducing Tame Pokaia, Kylee Black, Jack Mahara & Stevie Munro
System Transformation forum in Canterbury
The Disability Support System is transforming and we invite anyone and everyone who is interested to join us to discuss what this means, and find out how disabled persons, families and organisations in Canterbury would like this to happen.
ORS funded students who are in their final years of school, are invited to bring their families and join us for kai and conversation!
Join us on Saturday, 3 March 2018, 10am – 12pm at Christchurch Community House 301 Tuam Street, Christchurch
We will start the session with a brief discussion on:
- What Enabling Good Lives is all about
- What an Independent Facilitator does
- The steps in the EGL journey
- Any questions you might have
The rest of the time will be for you to chat with the facilitators and with other families.
Minister's media release
Disability Issues and Associate Health Minister Nicky Wagner says a hard-working and talented group has produced a high-level design for the transformed disability support system.
Disability support system to be transformed
Press release from Ministy Nicky Wagner
March 2, 2017
Associate Health and Disability Issues Minister Nicky Wagner today announced a three month co-design process with the disability sector to begin a nationwide transformation of the disability support system.
EGL Christchurch is seeking two new Independent Facilitators
An exciting opportunity has arisen in Enabling Good Lives Christchurch for two new Independent Facilitators (previously called navigators) to be added to the team.
Welcome to 2017
The Waikato Enabling Good Lives demonstration is due to wrap up in June this year with 236 people having taken part so far.