About Us

The Alliance aims to promote Assistive Technology by ensuring quality assistive technology service provision through the establishment and monitoring of best practice assistive technology standards.

The Assistive Technology Alliance New Zealand (ATANZ) Trust is a registered Charitable Trust (CC2682)

Our Values

  • All people with disabilities have the right to assistive technology support in order to realise their full potential.
  • All people with disabilities have the right to be included and participate in their community.
  • People accessing assistive technology services have the right to the best possible service.
  • Geographical equity of service throughout New Zealand must be established and maintained.

Our Vision

  • “Every person in New Zealand who needs assistive technology, has access to excellent services and support.”

Our Mission

  • “Promoting excellence in assistive technology service provision in New Zealand.”

 

The Alliance aims to promote Assistive Technology by ensuring quality assistive technology service provision through the establishment and monitoring of best practice assistive technology standards.

ATANZ wishes to provide professional development and networking opportunities for those involved in Assistive Technology in New Zealand.

ATANZ is seeking to provide information or links to information relevant to Assistive Technology We have regularly provided smaller professional development workshops.

The Board of Trustees currently consists of:

Magnus Hammarsal, TalkLink Trust, Auckland (Chair)
Justine Simpson, Ministry of Education, Special Education, Christchurch
Hilde Van Santen, Maitai School, Nelson
Chris Ohara, TalkLink Trust, Auckland
Routhelle Gaerlan, ADHB, Auckland
Jessamy Bell, TalkLink Trust, Auckland
Helen Bayldon, CASS, Auckland

 

Downloads


ATANZ Strategic Plan 2016

ATANZ Trust Deed

Support Us

If you would like to donate or support us in any way, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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ATANZ
C/- TalkLink Trust,
Po Box 44053 Pt Chevalier,
Auckland 1246