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Don't let the flu get you
Get immunised now!
www.fightflu.co.nz

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13 August
Cystic Fibrosis Week

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Tuesday 21 August 2012
1.30 pm at the Memorial Hall Supper Room next to the Library on Main St, Otaki.

Speaker: Dr Steven Finlay, CEO of the Cleantech Trust
Refreshment at conclusion

RVSP by 19th August 2012
Tel: (06) 364 8664
E-mail: cab.otaki@xtra.co.nz

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Friday 31 August
Cancer Society "Daffodil Day"

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Crippled Childrens Society

248 Broadway Avenue
Palmerston North

Tel: (06) 357 2119
Fax: (06) 3572118
E-mail: morningstars@xtra.co.nz
Website: www.ccs.org.nz

Staff:
Christine Clark

Services:
CCS is New Zealand's leading provider of support and services to people with physical disabilities.
Leading advocate for the rights of disabled people.
Services are provided nationally through 16 integrated branches around the country. CCS employs more than 500 staff and is assisted by over 2000 regular volunteers.
To achieve 'a better future for people with disabilities' through:
supporting individuals and their families to live ordinary lives within the community
affecting change in communities so disabled people have access to the same opportunities as other New Zealanders
Disabled people are valued participants in society
Enable disabled people to make informed choices in their lives
Generate increasing levels of inclusiveness of disabled people in our society
Are respectful of each person we work with
Allow each person the dignity to express themselves, to experiment, to reach, and to learn
Celebrate diversity and difference

CCS works in partnership with disabled people, their families and whanau to ensure equality of opportunity, quality of life and an environment that enhances full community integration and participation.

CCS exists to make a difference for disabled people, their families and whanau by removing barriers to inclusion and by offering support to disabled people to access all ordinary opportunities in their communities.

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