Print Resources

Below are a number of resources that you can download or read online. If you would like to request a print copy of any of these resources please fill in the form below. The fields will appear after you select “yes”.

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New Zealand Sign Language Resources

New Zealand Sign Language is one of our three official languages in Aotearoa, New Zealand, along with te reo Māori and English. Learn NZSL in your home, with your friends and family! These resources are available thanks to Deaf Aotearoa, Learn NZSL and the NZSL Online Dictionary. Ka taea e koe! You can do it! […]

Everybody Welcome: A guide on how to make your church disability friendly

This recently updated resource will help you as a church leader think through the fundamentals of inclusion and provides a guide for you and your leadership team to further become a disability friendly church. Why do churches need to be disability friendly? How can churches be inclusive? How do we begin addressing barriers to inclusion? […]

Beyond Disability: Stories about the unique role of the church

There is something about hearing a person’s story. It touches us in way that facts and information alone cannot. This resource is a collection of people’s stories, people who live with disability, their family, friends and church leaders. We hope by reading these real life stories you will be encouraged and perhaps challenged to consider […]

Disability Awareness Sunday

16 June is near 📆🔔 Our amazing team, Kirsty, Manuele and Siobhan have helped to create a three-part Bible Study called “Just Love”. The studies are for you to use by yourself, with your Church, life group, family, or with friends to begin conversations about how we see and treat people who may be different […]