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Equal access to wellbeing: Feedback Options

Feedback on framework sought

The draft Equal access to wellbeing framework (previously called Dual disability project) is currently in development. It is a knowledge and skills framework for mental health/addiction and disability workforces working in primary, secondary, and tertiary contexts.

Once the draft is complete, we will be seeking feedback to further shape and refine the framework.

A range of feedback opportunities will be available, including focus groups and an online survey that will be available to everyone.

As well, our team will be offering specific feedback opportunities for tāngata whaikaha (people with direct experience) and whānau, Māori stakeholders, Pasifika stakeholders and those working in specialist dual disability services.

How to register your interest

If you would like to provide feedback on the draft Equal access to wellbeing framework, please email us at using the subject line Feedback and provide:

  • your name
  • role & organisation
  • location.

We will confirm that we have received your registration of interest, and when it is available, send you a draft Equal access to wellbeing framework to review. We will also offer you a range of ways to provide feedback.

Other enquiries

If you want to provide any other feedback, comment, or simply want to get in touch with the team, please contact us at

If you have any other thoughts or queries please don’t hesitate to get touch.

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