Effective Guides by Glen McMillan 2023:

Children with Disability NZ Our mission is to make New Zealand the most disabled child friendly region in the world!

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Comprehensive how-to e-books and educational resources

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E-book guides for professionals to better understand their disabled clients needs

To bolster the mission of our philanthropic organisation, Children with Disability NZ, I am in the process of crafting an extensive collection of comprehensive how-to e-books, educational resources and kids' books. These materials are designed to equip professionals with the knowledge and skills they need to more effectively understand and address the unique needs of their clients with disabilities.


The first in this series is "Inclusive Beginnings: Preparing Schools for Children with Diverse Abilities. This guide aims to provide educators and administrators with actionable insights on creating more inclusive educational environments for students of all ability levels.


The second instalment, "Transitioning Young Disabled People from School into Work," targets vocational counsellors, human resources professionals, and educators. This guide outlines the best practices for ensuring a smooth and successful transition for young people with disabilities as they move from the academic world into the workforce.


Lastly, "Learning Disabilities: The Top Ten Most Common Disorders" provides a comprehensive overview of the most prevalent learning disabilities that affect children and adults alike. This material intends to offer a well-rounded understanding of each disorder, enabling professionals to identify better and implement effective intervention strategies.


Through these initiatives, we aim to bridge the information gap and facilitate better understanding and inclusion for people with disabilities in various aspects of life.

Disabled People and Marginalisation in New Zealand A Comprehensive Analysis by Glen McMillan
Inclusive Beginnings Preparing Schools for Children with Diverse Abilities An Effective Guide by Glen McMillan 2023
The Joyful Balance Wheelchair-Accessible Seesaw in Whangarei Raumanga Park Whangārei
Transitioning young disabled people into the workforce. An effective guide by Glen McMillan
A Legacy of Inclusion 11 Transformative Reasons to Support Disabled Children in New Zealand
The Top Ten Most Common Learning Disabilities
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Mysteries of the Human Body A Journey into Rare Disorders

Kid's Books

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The Fun - Tastic 7 Free E - Book's:

Kids Books meets The Fun-Tastic 7, seven children with different abilities planning and creating games that will include all the kids. Part of our mission within Children with Disability New Zealand is to normalize disability; all children should be treated equally, and as they grow into adults, they will feel normal and accepted as part of society.


We have produced a small number of children's books, The Fun - TASTIC 7, which can be downloaded and bookmarked to read at any time. Our books feature disabled and non-disabled children working as a team and playing together.


Often, it is the disabled person who processes the abilities required for completion of the game, but it is always a team effort. These books are downloadable and free. Download and save it to your device to read anytime.

These stories illustrate incredible strength and determination:

These stories illustrate the incredible strength and determination individuals can summon when faced with challenges, inspiring us all.

Once a picturesque emblem of suburban stability, the Thompson family had everything they thought they needed: a nice home, two cars, and five wonderful kids. Helen worked as a nurse, and Tom was a teacher. They weren't wealthy but comfortable, thriving as providers and parents. Even their struggles felt manageable, softened by the cocoon of their middle-class lives.

Enjoy other short stories authored by Glen McMillan, CEO of Children with Disability NZ.

Guided by Love: Olivia and Her Golden Companion Max. A book about Olivia. At age 10, she gets cancer and surgery to remove the cancer results in blindness. Olivia will need a guide dog, a golden retriever. This is a love story about a girl and her guide dog.


Isabella the Resilient: Once upon a time, a spirited girl named Isabella lived in the humble town of Waipu. Everyone knew her as a bubbly child, full of charm and vitality, spreading joy wherever she went. But everything changed on her 16th birthday. The day was filled with laughter and love as her friends and family celebrated in Waipu. But in a horrific twist of fate, a casual play with her younger brother ended tragically. Trying to catch a runaway balloon, Isabella tripped and fell through a glass window. The glass shattered around her like crystal rain, piercing her right arm terribly and scarring her face. 

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