Tiaho Trust’s Queen's Honour

Aug. 13, 2018, 2:56 p.m.

Another Queen’s Honour for Northland! Born with cerebral palsy Jonny Wilkinson of Ruakaka, the CEO of Tiaho Trust, has been awarded a Queen’s Honour. 
Jonny talks about his organisation, the work they do, and what makes them unique. Previously Tiaho Trust has worked to develop Northland into a disability friendly tourist destination, provide the support options website, and connected with Manaia Health PHO general practices to improve their knowledge and responsiveness to people with impairment. Jonny is also well known for his powerful and thought provoking columns in The Northern Advocate, he's even released an ebook of his best work called "Johnny on the Spot". 

 Tiaho Trust has a website where you can get in touch, find more information, resources, projects and updates on news and events. "Tiaho Trust is strongly focused on representing the issues and views of the disabled community in Tai Tokerau"
The Tiaho Trust Website can be found here: https://tiaho.org.nz/
 

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