Welcome to Hohepa Auckland
Hohepa Auckland offers opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities to live, learn and work with others of all abilities in an atmosphere of mutual care and respect.
Hohepa Auckland provides a range of services that are focused on the needs of the individual and finding ways to help each unique situation, recognising the dignity in respect of people with intellectual disabilities.
The main aim of this service is to provide a comfortable and secure home environment for each service user in which he or she can live interdependently with others. Hohepa endeavours to meet the needs of each individual. Residential services may be provided at Hohepa or in the persons own home.
Community Participation Services
Community Participation and Vocational Support Services are provided by Hohepa’s Day Service. The Community Participation Service offers day programmes for people who live residentially at Hohepa and for people who might live with their family, in their own home, or at a residential service provider other than Hohepa.
Hohepa Auckland also provides transition services for ORRS (Ongoing and Reviewable Resourcing Scheme) funded students in their last year of school.