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Xabilities Helps Neurodiverse people

Xabilities wants to create a world starting with Aotearoa, where all can move, think and feel, without fear of judgment, to reach their full potential. 

How we do this?

Xabilities has created safe spaces online and at the Neurodiversity Centre NZ, so individuals can thrive in being themselves. 

What services does Xabilities provide?

  • community events 

  • Professional development, through workshops, public speaking, panel discussions.

  • Personal development, through Xabilities Academy. 

  • In person social groups 

  • Online social groups and engagement via social media or zoom

  • Xabilities sensory and merchandise store.  

Xabilities is constantly evolving, thanks to Xabilities Committee and group of volunteers who listen to the community needs and actively implements change better life’s for neurodivergent people.

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We are making a good difference in the world

Albert Einstein quotes. 
“Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.”

Xabilities plans to make changes differently, through universal designed communication, making difference in art, science, & political forms. We will show the world that being different is okay. Changing the stigmas, to help the people who are judged, for their differences, so they can grow to their potential they choose. 

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Creating Equilibrium

XABILITIES is creating awareness and understanding about being positive when you are different, compared to a ‘normal’ person.

This is important! New Zealand mental health research clearly shows that regretting who you are as an individual, can affect how your brain functions. Creating awareness and understanding about who you are is important from an emotional intelligence and experiential point of view. It is an important step towards creating a more effective and healthier nation.

Currently, very few organizations globally have been founded by youth in the disability sector, particularly ones which support people with invisible and physical disabilities and mental well-being. Xabilities connects the link of disabilities and mental health by using personal experience, to show the positive outcomes that can come from being disabled and to show hope. This is not only for disabled citizens, but also corporates that are choosing to create an inclusive
work environment.

The link that Xabilities has created will provide an environment in New Zealand, where we can move, think or feel without judgment and grow confidence. It is the start of inclusion of people with disabilities.

Social changes like gender equality, racial and gay rights have hugely affected the world’s history. Now it’s time for Disability Rights. The acceptance towards differences is needed! We CAN change the future.

XABILITIES believes that New Zealand can be a place where all differences are appreciated without judgment. Internationally, our country can be an inspiration, (this is Xabilities top priority).

Why start in the disability sector? Because you feel like screaming for help when you are called D I S A B L E D and you are labelled this because you’re not the same as the ‘normal’ human. The word ‘normal’ is destructive and destroys so many peoples’ lives. You may ask why there are less suicides in poorer countries than in NZ? Maybe this pressure of being ‘normal’ is part of this problem. Xabilities believes that by showing hope to the disability sector and for all those who feel different there will be a positive change.

What we do.

Xabilities has been bringing exceptional Services and products to help those with differences! We invite you to browse through our site to find just what you have been looking for. Here are some example of Xabilities services and products.

  • Business, community & individual, workshops and consulting services.

  • Inspirational speaker Tamara Grant, who speaks from a first-hand perspective about her experiences with mental health, dyslexia and autism, (invisible disabilities). Public speaking at workplaces, conferences, meetings, parliament and events.

  • Distribution of a book written by Tamara Grant called... Who put the Dis in Abilities? Describing the emotional intelligence needed when you experience a disability or being outcast.

  • Ongoing research for families and companies, investigating the different links that can connect people to what they need in the sector, in the most effective ways.

  • Unique wearable art and design, created and customized to share views on disabilities including mental health, to advocate and give visual hope and inspiration.

  • Art exhibitions, sales and sponsorship of charity events.

  • Xabilities involvement in Youth Group – enabling a youth perspective.

  • Active social media information, advocacy and experiences.

  • Partnership with leading disability & mental health groups and research. Collaborating with organizations to keep updated on research and collective knowledge.

  • Art work and A3 posters to help to give out awareness and understanding.

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Living with invisable disabilities

Tamara is an ambassador for invisible disabilities and mental health. She is a passionate young lady with a mission to create a world, starting with New Zealand, where all differences are celebrated, to be able to live in a world where all can move, think and feel without fear of judgment so individuals are ABLE to reach their full potential. Through the journey of having autism, dyslexia and mental health, Tamara has conquered control and the voice to change the world. If there's a will, there's a way and, with a strong heart, Tamara has produced Xabilities Limited, a company with a goal of equilibrium, as our difference is our same sum point, it is what makes us human, difference is our independence and genius. She also helped to create the first invisible disability sector report that she also presented to parliament. She is a professional artist and collaborate with a number of other projects that aim to help the disability sector reach its full potential. Keep an eye out for Tamara Grant as she has the aspiration to achieve.

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