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Handmade Cards and Woodwork items for Sale
We have quite a selection of handmade designer cards and workshop creations hand-made by our clients and available for purchase.
Call us or come in to and see us today if you're interested in making a purchase
M o T e H e k e M a i P a i - F o r a P o s i t i v e F u t u r e
Nau mai! Haere mai! Welcome to Strive Rehabilitation Manawatu
Providing positive community-based rehabilitation in partnership with people who have acquired brain injury
Please Note: The New Zealand Stewart Centres, including Manawatu, have decided to rebrand to Strive Rehabilitation.
From 1 December 2017, the Manawatu Stewart Centre will be known as 'Strive Rehabilitation Manawatu'.
The word 'Strive' has some rich meaning which aligns well with our rehabilitation philosophy:
We will have a full brand launch in the New Year (February 2018)and would like to invite all our stakeholders to this special event, so watch this space! ....
Strive Rehabilitation is audited by Health Audit NZ against two standards:
Up until 1 December 2017, Strive Rehabilitation Manawatu was known as the Manawatu Stewart Centre. A Stewart Centre was first established in Auckland by Alex and Mary Stewart in 1991 after their son, Tommy's accident in Australia.
In Palmerston North, the Stewart Centre operated for two years under the umbrella of the Brain Injury Association Central Districts (BIACD)
The Manawatu Stewart Centre Trust (MSCT) was established as a separate entity in January 2001, with Board members from BIACD and the Palmerston North community.
We have contact time and rehabilitation programmes 5 days a week 9am to 3pm
The Referral process can be through an ACC Service Coordinator, Enable NASC, Key Worker of any Support Agency, GP, Health Professional or family.
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