New Zealand Rehabilitation Association, Inc.

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Early bird registration for NZRA conference extended to 31 December 2021

13 Dec 2021 5:07 PM | Rachelle Martin

Thanks for your patience while we work on transferring this year’s NZRA Conference to 2022. We are excited to announce the new conference dates as:


The conference will still be held at the Novotel Hotel in Rotorua with the same conference format. All the information about the conference can be found on the conference website.

If you had registered for the conference, it will automatically be transferred over to the new dates. If these dates do not suit, please contact Brooke Miller to cancel, and a refund will be organised. As advised in our earlier communication, we cancelled any accommodation booked through the registration process for the September dates. We have now secured some rooms at the Novotel for the new conference dates. Therefore, if you would like to rebook your accommodation please contact Rosanna Carleton

If you are yet to register for the conference, we invite you to join us to participate in a national hui to discuss, debate, and share knowledge about rehabilitation in Aotearoa. We have extended the early bird registration fees to 31 December 2021 so don't delay and register today.

We look forward to you joining us in April 2022!

Dr Rachelle Martin
Conference Convenor

Professor William Levack
NZRA President

Rehabilitation resources and guidance during Covid-19

This Covid-19 Resource contains links to a wealth of resources relevant to rehabilitation services and practitioners in the context of Covid-19.

Note: resources available at each link have not been subject to peer review by the New Zealand Rehabilitation Association, though they are resources and information made available by reputable professional bodies and other health or government organisations. This document is not intended to be exhaustive and is a living document. If there are other sources of publicly available information you think would be of value to rehabilitation professionals in New Zealand that we can add to this, then please email details to so we can update the document.

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