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Disabled people are less likely to be employed than the general population or other minorities. Employment for disabled people is often limited by opportunity and employers attitudes rather than disability.

Although one in five working age people in New Zealand have some form of disability, most have little or no barrier to working in some kind of paid employment given the right support. Many highly capable New Zealanders could be part of the workforce if barriers to their employment were removed. 74% of disabled people want to work. This website will help remove barriers.

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How to complain to your council or Government

A photo tells a thousand words, a photo attached with a complaint or concern sent to council or Government should get a response.

Email + photos is the only way to communicate because talk does not work, emails can be tracked as can responses.

At present the local DAG meets once a month with our local council and progress if any is slow, communication can be wanting, the local DAG seems to be run more as a local council promotion time, disability is rarely spoken about.

There are huge challenges for sure. Thing with me is I have expertease in website design and google search results, so really my group should be bigger and better than theirs and the written word with images becomes very strong as long as people see and read.

Disability Advisory Group New Zealand. Positive is the way forward. I have started Disability Advisory Group New Zealand.

My new online DAG New Zealand will bring these negatives to the attention of Local Councils and Governments in the hope of changing them to something positive to benefit all people both the disabled and non disabled.

Let's look at why there are negatives.

This is why disabled people such as myself come across barriers that a non disabled person would normally walk around without noticing, so when the disabled complain, able bodied people may think the disabled person is being negative because they are complaining So I will present these negative experiences the disabled face in a high tech image rich format. I favour the use of interactive before and after sliders, let the viewer decide.

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