Kapiti’s 40 kilometres of sandy beaches, mostly sheltered from the prevailing westerly wind by the eight kilometres stretch of Kapiti Island, border a district that runs from Paekakariki to Otaki. Its historical, cultural and business activities attract many visitors and it has become a favoured place to live and work. Access to Kapiti took a […]
Promoting accessibility throughout Kapiti Coast
If you have a long-term disability that affects your ability to participate in your community, there’s a specific set of grants from the Lottery Grants Board available to assist. Most of the grants available from Lottery Individuals with Disabilities go to fund items to help with mobility, such as mobility scooters, wheelchairs, and vehicles that […]
Mobility scooter use has increased with the growth of Kapiti District’s over-65 population and the expansion of shared pathways and accessible facilities. There is also a club to help users maintain and enjoy the safe use of mobility scooters… members sometimes travelling as far as Wellington on group runs. Well-Able in Paraparaumu (Marilyn, 2982914) coordinates […]
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