Funders & referrers

Funders & referrers

Providing specialist services in the home and community. Our specialist support services are tailored to each individual, allowing them to live their lives the way they want, in their home and community.

ACC

Our goal-based ACC services, delivered by Healthcare Rehabilitation, are all about helping people work towards and maintain maximum independence.

With our client centered Realise services, you can be confident that your ACC-claimants will receive the high-quality, prompt and flexible rehabilitation support they need.

Based on the specific requirements of your client, our services may involve:

  • providing initial support packages: we accept after hours referrals and can arrange prompt support for your client.
  • supporting your client to return to independence: we work alongside clients to develop person-centred service plans that identify their rehabilitation goals and aspirations, before support services are put in place.
  • supporting your client to maximise their independence: our partnership approach to goal-setting and service planning means that we work with you, your client and their family/whānau to provide appropriate ongoing support that meets their identified goals for independence. Each client is provided with a team of trained support workers who will be overseen by registered nurses and/or allied health professionals.
  • providing your client with specialist community nursing services: our professional nursing team has the skills, knowledge and experience needed to meet your clients’ injury-related needs.

For more information or to make a referral:

call our dedicated National Referral Centre on 0800 001 997
fax us on 0800 001 996
or email info@realise.org.nz

Visit the ACC website.

District Health Boards

HealthCare NZ currently works with most District Health Boards around the country. As a New Zealand organisation, we are committed to working with District Health Boards to provide 'better, sooner, more convenient' community services that strengthen and future-proof our health system.

For nearly 30 years, we have provided people with the high-quality home and community-based support they need to maintain greater wellbeing and independence, regardless of their age or any injury, illness or disability they may have.

We now support more than 20,000 people nationwide with our high-quality services. We can also work with your DHB to create innovative new community-based solutions that will promote greater service integration and improved health outcomes.

Find out more about our services.

Contact your local team to discuss how we can work with you.

Ministry of Health

For nearly 30 years, we have provided people with the high-quality home and community-based support they need to maintain greater wellbeing and independence, regardless of their age or any injury, illness or disability they may have.

We now support more than 20,000 people nationwide with our high-quality services.

As a New Zealand organisation, we are committed to the government’s call for 'better, sooner, more convenient' community services that strengthen and future-proof our health system.

Find out more about our services.

Contact your local team to discuss how we can work with you.

Visit the Ministry of Health services website.

Ministry of Social Development

People are at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to supporting better futures, greater quality of life and maximum independence for the people we support, regardless of their age or their support needs.

Our high-quality home health and disability support services are available nationwide, and many of the more than 20,000 people we work with receive additional assistance from the Ministry of Social Development's (MSD) dedicated agencies and services.

We are committed to working alongside these services, as well as community groups and iwi, to ensure that people can receive the most integrated and empowering support possible.

Find out more about our services.

Contact your local team to discuss how we can work with you.

Visit the Ministry of Social Development website.