Support and Advice for kāpō (blind, vision impaired, deafblind) Māori and their whānau

Call us on 0800 770 990

  • To request support services for kāpō and their whānau and Tangata whaikaha (disabled persons)

  • If you have a concern

  • If you just have a question

  • Or if you want to chat.

Kāpō Māori Aotearoa is a member-based society open to all people: disabled, able-bodied, Māori and Non-Māori. By supporting people, we bring hope, self-determination, independence, and individual and whānau well-being.
Explore our website to find out more about our services, and how to become a member.

Latest News and Events

Biennial Conference 2017 ... Completed!

The 2017 Conference was a huge success with delegates attending from Australia, Canada and throughout Aotearoa. Members came together to awhi and manaaki throughout the weekend and enjoy workshops, presentations and performances. 

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Māori Party Disability Policy 2017

The Māori Party has strongly advocated to ensure that a voice for Māori disabled whānau is heard. We believe the funded sector of services for disabled people and their whānau could take a more holistic approach to providing health and social services, which are community led and whānau-centred.

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