Aims and Outcomes

The Enabling Good Lives approach aims to enable disabled people to have more choice and control over the supports they need to go about their daily lives. It also seeks to assist whānau and friends in acquiring the skills, confidence and information they need to support disabled people to live an everyday life in everyday places.

The aim of the Enabling Good Lives approach is for disabled people to feel included in their local community; for government funding of disability support services to be timely, integrated and flexible; and for government agencies to work together to fund person-centred services that support disabled people to live good lives.

The demonstration will continue to gather information about how the Enabling Good Lives approach works, the costs involved and how to implement changes across the disability system.


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