Peke Waihanga have established a volunteer Peer Support Service nationwide to provide support to our patients at all stages of their journey with support from Limbs 4 Life Australia and Amputees Federation of New Zealand Inc. The service provides informal support to those adapting to limb loss by matching them with trained supporters who have adapted to their own limb loss.
To become a peer support volunteer or if you would like support from a peer support volunteer, please visit the Peer Support NZ website for registration forms and more information.
Please answer the group entry questions upon requesting to join. This Group is open to parents and carers of children with limb loss/difference. This Group is designed to provide support, and allow families to make connections, share information and learn about beneficial resources. We encourage the sharing of information, personal stories and positive conversations. This Group is ‘closed’ to protect the privacy of all members.
Amputee Society Field Officers
Field Officers are volunteers who make their time available to assist new patients and their whānau/family in their dealings with the Peke Waihanga. They are happy to support you throughout your dealings with Peke Waihanga.
If you require support, please contact your nearest Centre who will put you in touch with a local Field Officer.
For contact details, see the Contact Us section at the bottom of this page.
Amputees Federation of New Zealand Incorporated
To join the Amputees Federation and get support click on the links below:
The Health and Disability Commission
If you require support and advocacy to help you lodge a complaint, click on the link below to go to the health and disabilities commission.
Mental Health, Addictions and Intellectual Disability Service
The mental health, addictions and intellectual disability service provides a wide range of services and support across Wellington, Porirua, Kāpiti, the Hutt Valley and the Wairarapa, as well as some central region and national services.