Your Digital Life after Lockdown
So you think that you are more organised now that Level 4 Lockdown has been over for some time, and Level 3 has just finished in Auckland?
You’ve put all of your spices in alphabetical order, you’ve put all of your books in colour order so that they look like a rainbow, and you’ve dusted the tops of your doors.
Well, have you thought about organising your digital life?
What about your Facebook, your email, your iTunes, and your TradeMe accounts?
Are they all sorted so that someone else can access them in the event of your untimely demise – it's quite a challenge!
We have some resources for you about this:
- Here’s a one page document about how deal with your online assets after you have gone (InternetNZ website)
- And here's some information about making a will and about making a gift in your will to NZRDA.
So go and get organised – you can do it!
Jack gets a lot out of riding
Anne is achieving her goals
In October 2015 I fell while jumping my young horse and sustained a spinal cord injury which has left me a T4/5 paraplegic.
I have been a horse rider since the age of 12. Before my accident I was a competitive rider competing mainly in Eventing. When I left the Burwood Spinal Unit in February 2016 I was determined to ride again, but unsure if it was even possible.”
Become a Horseshoe Hero!
Riding has given Destiny the confidence to try new things!
Resources to help you learn New Zealand Sign Language
Bradley goes riding by the river
Thank you to our volunteers!
Qualifications you can do
How coaches help riders
Jake – A Self-Assured Young Person
Training Carries On
Caring for Horses during Lockdown
Our volunteers help our riders to shine!
You can make a donation and get a tax refund
Riding brings Confidence and Community
How does riding support individuals with autism?
RDA helps Harper to meet his goals
More Independence? Yes please!
Sam Hayes: Dancing for good
Who is a TV star?
Young Volunteer of the Year 2019
It’s our Young Volunteer of the Year 2019 – Ruby Knightbridge!