COVID-19 update - Alert Level Four
We’re now at Level Four and people must remain in place for the duration of the alert period.
These contact and movement restrictions will remain in place for at least four weeks.
Our Respite and Aspirations sites are closed, and our Home Support services are suspended.
We’re currently working with people and whanau to find out how we can meet their support needs during the Level Four alert period.
Our Residential Support (including CiCL and SIL) remains open, but families may not visit their family member at this time, but instead make contact by phone or other means.
People we support in Residential settings must remain in place for the duration of the Level Four alert.
We’re working hard to find different ways to support you and your loved one, and will keep you up to date as things change.
Please keep yourselves safe and contact your Service Coordinator if you have any queries.
Here's where to find all the latest information and advice about COVID-19:
Welcome to Spectrum Care
We're an independent charitable trust that provides support for children, young people and adults with disabilities and their whanau.
We offer a wide array of personalised and flexible support options for people of all ages and stages in the Northland, Auckland, Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Wellington regions.
This includes 24-hour residential support, a variety of flexible respite support options, and specialised Home support, Transitions support and Aspirations support. Our popular School Holiday, After-school and Weekend programmes of activities for children are available in Whangarei, Auckland, Hamilton and Wellington - talk to us today to find out more!
Our independent living support is specifically focused on empowering people to their lives of choice - lives like any other - in the community, and our person-focused, person-directed Business Enterprises programme aims to support people towards their employment goals.
Call us today on 09 634 3790 to find out more about our support options.
Click the frame below to view a segment which appeared recently on Tagata Pasifika, telling the story of a person we support - Hakai - and his Mum, and their long-term support person Lucy.