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The following organisations provide day services, respite and/or vocational programmes for adults.

A.I.M. (Adults in Motion) Incorporated

A day program for adults with developmental disABILITIES

Agape Homes Trust

Agape is an inter-denominational Christian ministry based in West Auckland, providing residential and vocational services.

Ambury Park Riding Centre

The vocational programme provides a life skills course for people, eighteen and over with an intellectual disability.


Helping people with disabilities to gain confidence and lead meaningful lives.

Eastgate Community Trust

Eastgate offer a day service programme and a respite/transition Service.

Hohepa (Helios)

Hohepa’s day service called “Helios” provides vocational and community participation services for people who live residentially at Hohepa and for independent clients who might live with their family, in their own home, or at a residential service provider other than Hohepa.

Idea Services

IHC, through IDEA Services, supports adults of all ages with intellectual disabilities to live in their own homes and be part of their local communities.

New Dawn Partnership

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Ranfurly Care

Ranfurly Care Society – a caring environment for people with Intellectual disabilities that offers a range of services, including activity centre day programmes.

Real World Living Trust

Provides services such as life skills, work preparation, communication, health and fitness and computer skills through programmes partly funded through the Ministry of Social Development and ACC. Phone (09) 2995304 or email

Shore Trust

Shore Trust provides a homely environment and quality lifestyle with a focus on supporting pathways to community inclusion for people with an intellectual disability.

Spectrum Care

One of the ways Spectrum Care offer support is through their Aspirations service. Through a wide range of programme options, our Aspirations team supports people to develop skills in communication, advocacy, education, personal development, making and keeping friends, interpreting social situations and preparing for employment.

Cooking, fitness and personal presentation, using public transport, social interaction and skill development, arts and crafts, and sports are just some of the options offered.

There are organisations that provide day services, respite and/or vocational programmes for adults.
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