Community Health Service
Independent Living is a not-for-profit organisation, which makes sense, since we’re in the business of being human.
We’re committed to making daily living easier for people with impairments, as well as their families, whānau, and support networks.
We’re your friendly community experts on all things related to disability and maintaining independence.
From generic information through to walking stick testing, we can help you navigate the health and disability sector and access funding options. We offer brochures and information in a wide variety of languages, and we sell a huge tried-and-tested range of daily living aids.
Most importantly, we care about what people can do. We focus on abilities, we find solutions, and we work to understand the unique situation of everyone who comes to us. You’ll enjoy the caring advice and expertise of our team when you visit. Many of us have experienced disability ourselves, so what we do has deep personal meaning to us.
We’re all about helping you find your own path through life – staying by your side and on your side along the way.
We have three stores (Royal Oak, Botany South & Browns Bay - see details on left) and a mobile service that operates in the Franklin - Rodney area.
Empowering you to live your best life, with ease.
How do I access this service?
|Mon – Fri||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
|Sat||9:00 AM – 4:00 PM|
Mobile Service: Please contact the Mobile Service Manager on (09) 625 0322
Public Holidays: Closed on all public holidays.
Assistive products & equipment
In addition to providing free independent and unbiased information we also stock a large number of assistive products, equipment and aids for daily living. This includes:
- Aids for Daily Living…
粤语/普通话联系人: 林皓 Felix Lin
地址：14 Erson Avenue, Royal Oak, Auckland
09 625 0322 （英）
09 625 0312 (中）
Injury, illness or disability
- Aids and equipment
- Disability support
Temporary injury or disability? We have a range of mobility equipment available for hire including:
- manual wheelchairs
- a mobility scooter
- knee scooter
Pacific Island people
We are partially funded by the Ministry of Health to provide free information and impartial advice. We also have a range of mobility equipment and aids for daily living that are available for purchase.
Cantonese, English, Korean, Mandarin
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This page was last updated at 9:38AM on September 16, 2019. This information is reviewed and edited by Independent Living.