Welcome to the Hawera branch

Tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou, tēnā koutou katoa.

If you live in or near Hawera, please contact us for support, advice and information relating to disability.

Services

We offer a range of services for disabled people and their family and whānau. All our support services (with the exception of Mobility Parking and Total Mobility) are free.

There are a number of ways you can access them. While some of our services may need a referral and not all the services offered by CCS Disability Action are available from our branch, please get in touch with us directly to discuss your needs and what we can offer you.

You could also contact your GP or AccessAbility as they can assess your needs and connect you with support providers. 

Local Committee 

Our branch is guided by a Local Committee that is made up of members who provide governance, leadership and financial management and oversight over our local branch operations.

You can contact Local Committee Co-Chairs Judy Kemsley and June Tolland on Governance.South&CentralTaranaki@ccsDisabilityAction.org.nz or phone 06 278 7212.

If you’re interested in learning more about how you can make a difference as part of our Governance, we would love to hear from you. Email Governance.South&CentralTaranaki@ccsDisabilityAction.org.nz or phone 06 278 7212.

Support us

There are a number of ways you can support our work in communities. If you wish to make a donation or bequest, volunteer your services to our branch, find out about membership, or enquire about becoming a caregiver for us, please visit Support Us or contact our branch directly.

If you'd like to make a donation to the Hawera branch be sure to select South and Central Taranaki when you complete the online form and specify Hawera in the comments section.

Resources


South and Central Taranaki Annual Report 2017/2018 (PDF 2.4 MB)
Contact Information
  • Street Address

    85 Princes Street
    Hawera 4610

  • Postal Address

    PO Box 687
    Hawera 4640

Our People

Governance
General Manager
Judy Kemsley
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Judy Kemsley

I have lived in Hawera all my life. 52 years and I can say I love my area. I have been married to Graeme for 32 years. We have two adult children and their partners, three beautiful grandsons. I’m a Justice of the Peace. We are involved with our church.

I have always had friends and that have been supported by what was once the Crippled Children Society I also have family members that have high needs. They are supported with various services.

I thank my parents for teaching us that no matter how people are they still deserve to have friends and to be cared for.

June Tolland
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June Tolland

I lived in Blenheim all my life until 1970 when with my husband and five very active children we moved to Taranaki. About six years later a very disabling physical trouble started affecting three of my children. This is where I first came into contact with CCS Disability Action.

I have been involved in, as well as taking care of my family, with marching and netball over the years, as well as a volunteer for 15 years with Victim Support, and an Avon lady for 25 years.

I am currently Co-Chair for South and Central Taranaki CCS Disability Action.

Janine Hoete-Thornton
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Janine Hoete-Thornton

Kai arua Te Maunga
Waikaramihi Te Awa
Ngati Wai Te Hapu
Nga Puhi Te Iwi
Ko Janine Hoete-Thornton Toku Ingoa
Kia ora Koutou

I am the newly appointed General Manager for the Central Region from Wellington to Whanganui, Taranaki, Manawatu and Wairarapa.

I have been with CCS Disability Action since 2008, holding senior roles in a number of settings. I have worked in the Health and Disability Sector for 19 Years; my background has been in the area of Business Management and Human Services. What brought me to this organisation was that there was more autonomy to advocate and really make a difference in the lives of others – CCS Disability Action has allowed this to happen.

In my new role, it is the intention that a more strategic view of our service delivery, community development, networks and collaborations will be taken, while ensuring strong leadership at a local level, to provide services in a way that enhances self-direction for disabled people, their families/whanau and our wider communities.

Whanau is important to me: I have three wonderful children, two beautiful mokopuna, and a loving partner who make it possible for me to do the things I do.

“Whaia te iti Kahurangi ki te tuoho koe he maunga teitei”


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