COVID-19: Disability support providers

Information and guidance on COVID-19 for disability support service providers at different Alert Levels.

Page last updated: 21 September 2020

Auckland is at Alert Level 2. The rest of New Zealand is at Alert Level 1.

Find out more on the Unite Against COVID-19 website.

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See also: Information for disabled people and their family and whānau

Health workers can download the Āwhina app to stay up-to-date on the latest information relevant to COVID-19 and the health and disability sector.


Alert Level 2 guidance for disability support service providers


Alert Level 3 guidance for disability support service providers


Mental health resources for disability support service providers

Stopping the spread of COVID-19 has meant that all New Zealander’s have had to live differently. This different way of living may have been particularly challenging for the people you support. Looking after your wellbeing and supporting the wellbeing of the people you are working with is important even now restrictions have eased.

This document provides information and guidance within the Te whare tapa whā framework on how you can support disabled people’s mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 response. The document also includes links to other useful resources available for mental health and wellbeing.


Resources

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