Our key charitable activities are connecting, communicating and advocating for the rehabilitation community in New Zealand. These include
a) To advance education, training and research of rehabilitation in New Zealand at a public, clinical and political level,
b) To be beneficial to the community by providing opportunities to connect people involved in rehabilitation nationally and internationally, and
c) To provide leadership and to advocate for excellence in rehabilitation in New Zealand.
Note: The main sectors, activities and beneficiaries are bolded.
Acts as an umbrella / resource body
Provides advice / information / advocacy, Provides human resources (e.g. staff / volunteers), Provides Website
Education / training / research, Community development, People with disabilities
People with disabilities
Children / young people, Other charities, Voluntary bodies other than charities, Older people, General public, Family / whanau
The organisation consists of members and an Executive. The Executive manages the ordinary business and affairs of the Association.
a) The Executive consists of at least six members.
b) There is a president, secretary and at least four other members, all to be elected at the Annual General Meeting. If an Executive position becomes vacant, the Executive shall have the power to co-opt a new Executive member.
Annual Returns are due within 6 months of a charity’s balance date (financial year-end), or a longer period if an extension has been granted.
This charity has been granted an exemption from filing an annual return by 30 September 2010 under Section 43 of the Charities Act 2005. The first annual return is due by 30 September 2011.
Here is a list of all the details changed by the charity, for example adding or removing officers, amending rules, changing balance dates or updating address details.