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Register for ADL’s 2022 free online legal education sessions.  


These introductory Zoom sessions are designed for Deaf and Disabled People and supporters.  These sessions are about the law to do with disability discrimination, disability disclosure when job seeking, cyber bullying, reasonable accommodations at work, and the legal documents about decision making.  The sessions aim to make the law is easy to understand. 

Disability Discrimination and the Law

Wednesday 16 March 2022, 11am-12 noon

·      The law about disability discrimination.

·      Where to get help.   

Register by 2 March 2022


Pre-Employment Disability Disclosure and the Law

Wednesday 6 April 2022, 11am-12 noon

  • When to tell an employer about your disability.
  • What to tell an employer about your disability.

Register by 23 March 2022


Cyber Bullying and the Law

Wednesday 4 May 2022, 11am-12 noon

·      The law about cyber bullying.

·      Where to get help.

Register by 20 April 2022


Reasonable Accommodations and the Law

Thursday 26 May 2022, 11am-12 noon

  • What are reasonable accommodations at work.
  • Asking for the accommodations you need to do the job. 

Register by 12 May 2022


Decision Making and the Law: EPAs, Welfare Guardianships and Property Managers

Tuesday 21 June 2022, 11am-12 noon

  • Getting people you trust to support your decision making.
  • What happens if you can’t make all of your own decisions.

Register by 7 June 2022



To register give us your name, email address, mobile phone number, where you live, date and name of the sessions you want to attend.  Please email us at or text 027 457 5140.


Zoom and Access Needs

  • These sessions will be delivered by video call on Zoom. You can access Zoom on your mobile phone, tablet, or computer. When you register, more information will be sent to you about how to use Zoom.
  • There will be a handout which will be sent to you ahead of the session(s).
  • If you require NZSL interpreters, please advise us as soon as possible. 
  • You are welcome to have a support person or family member with you at the session. Please give us their name, number and email address too.

Please let us know if you have any other access needs.



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