Welcome to IHC New Zealand

IHC will advocate for the rights, inclusion and welfare of all people with intellectual disabilities and support them to live satisfying lives in the community.

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We are commited to providing the right support, roles and career progression for our staff. Check out our job vacancies.

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Members are very important to IHC. As members you have the opportunity to be as involved as you want in IHC’s issues.

Our commitment to respecting people with intellectual disabilities

IHC Group Chief Executive Ralph Jones says the exploitation of people with intellectual disabilities by the E tū union and a handful of their members in order to progress a cause is in no way a fair representation of the people we support.

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The bumpy road to inclusive education

It has been 30 years now since children with disabilities gained the legal right to attend their local school, but their journey to be included on the same basis as their non-disabled peers in the classroom is still ongoing.

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Te Matatini offers trip of a lifetime for Wairarapa kapa haka group

Te Roopu Manaaki's ultimate goal is to perform on the world’s biggest and most prestigious kapa haka stage.

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Careers at IHC

IHC is New Zealand’s leading provider of services for people with intellectual disabilities. Our Mission is at the heart of everything we do and we are committed to supporting people with intellectual disabilities to lead satisfying lives in the community.

Our staff are dedicated and hardworking and every team member plays an important part in helping people with intellectual disability to achieve greater independence. A career with IHC can be very rewarding, fulfilling and challenging. We are focused on making sure that our staff receive the support that they need to do their jobs and that they have a healthy and safe work environment.

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Give today and make a difference

A large number of IHC’s programmes are not funded by government, so your donations are essential for us to carry out our work.