The Auckland District Health Board (ADHB) is
reviewing their services and facilities from the perspective of
people with disabilities. The ADHB has commissioned Mary Schnackenberg
to conduct a review of their services concerning people with disabilities
with a view to making improvements where necessary.
So if you have an impairment or disability and had a recent hospital
experience at Auckland City Hospital, Starship, Greenlane or the
Rehabilitation Unit in Point Chevalier, Mary and her team would
like to talk with YOU! This includes being an in or out patient
or just visiting someone at these hospitals.
The Review will cover all aspects of the service from physical
access to ADHB buildings and facilities, to how well information
is provided to you and the ways staff relate to people living with
The goal of this review is to assist staff to work even better
with people with disabilities and to work towards full inclusion
in the services it provides.
By talking with a wide range of people including ADHB staff, consumers
of and visitors to ADHB services, the Access Review will make recommendations
to support more effective collaboration.