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Disability Care


If you or someone in your family needs support and care at home, Drake Medox can help.  Drake Medox has been supporting families and individuals with a range of physical, intellectual and social abilities across New Zealand for more than 40 years.  We have always focused on positive outcomes, promoting inclusion as well as encouraging achievement. 


Working closely with you or your loved one, we can design and develop individualised support plans. If there is already a support plan in place, then you can simply pick and choose from the wide range of Drake Medox in-home disability support services we have available. We can then tailor our services to match your own needs and goals.


We strive to provide a level of care for you or your family member with as much independence, and self reliance as desired. Our in-home support services include in-home nursing, domestic assistance, personal care assistance, socialisation, companionship and transportation, in-home respite, rehabilitation support and in-home 24 hour support.


One of the truly great things about Drake Medox is our trusted team of experienced nursing and disability support staff. Each member of our team has undergone our extensive recruitment and induction process, making sure they have the right skills and personal attributes to work with you or your loved one.  You are also involved in the recruitment process, and ultimately have the choice around who provides your care.


Our service is designed to help you or a loved one expand on the opportunities in life, as well as improving quality of life. If you need disability care services, call us on 0800 840 940 or you can register an enquiry here and a Drake Medox Consultant will contact you.  


One of our clients, Maia Amai, suffered severe burns in a car fire at 18-months-old and a spinal infection left her paralysed. Life for Maia changed when she discovered Wheelchair Rugby in 2012, and after playing for only one year Maia was invited to join the Wheel Blacks, New Zealand’s top wheelchair rugby team. She recently won the ‘Courage in Sport’ award at the Attitude Awards and was recognised as the Best Player in her class at the New Zealand Nationals, Australian Nationals, and the Asia-Oceania Championships.


Watch Maia's story with Drake Medox below or through  

this link.