MAURI , MAURI OHOOHO, MAURI TAU

MY ABILITIES 

MAKE ME

UNIQUE

TAKIWĀTANGA

AUTISM   |   IN HIS OR HER OWN TIME

QUADE TE PAKI

TE KŌHANGA REO O TE TEKO

​ŌKU PŪKENGA

KAHA KI TE MAUMAHARA

KAUKAU

MAHI HANGARAU

WHITIREIA THOMPSON-TĀNE 

TE KŌHANGA REO O TE TEKO

​ŌKU PUKENGA

TĀKARO RAKURAKU UKELELE HOKI

TE HANGA PĪTĪ

MAHI PŪORO

IRA ITI

Physical Abilities

 

KŌRERO Ā TINANA

COMMUNICATION, BODY

LANGUAGE AND SPEECH

ANA PRYOR-TAARE

TE KŌHANGA REO O TE TEKO

​ŌKU PUKENGA

AUMĀNGEA

HUMĀRIE

KAHA KI TE WHAKATAU I TE MĀURI Ō TĒTAHI ATU

 

TE KAUPAPA

For far too long there have been negative connotations around what it means to be a “special needs” or “disabled” person and it needs to stop. Negative words and messages can do a lot more harm to a person's self-esteem than we think. Instead, we intend to reframe disability as ability.  In a new movement, that we have branded as “Tamaariki”, we plan to change these messages and share a Te Ao Māori perspective on what it means to be someone with unique abilities. In our Tamaariki platform, we will re-teach people how to interact with and understand enablement and share new ways of working with tamaariki across Aotearoa.

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