- Kids & Teen Holiday Care open every school vacation 8.30am - 5 pm MON - FRI
- Vocational / Transitional training open during school terms 9 am - 3 pm TUE -FRI
- Counseling open daily 9 am - 3 pm MON-FRI
- Inspire Support Group Tuesday 10 am - 12 noon
- Laughter Club Saturday 11 am - 12 noon
- Migrant Support Daily 9 am - 3 pm
- Respite Care open 24 / 7
Masada is a Charitable Trust with recognized charity status under the Charities Commission.With every possible effort available to us , we have maintained the highest quality in our service delivery. This due to the support of funders and donors.
These services come to you at our minimal costs and for us to succeed and continue with this vital service, your financial support is vital for our growth.
Our charges are as follows (all prices excl.GST):
- Holiday care for kids and teens $30 per day ex gst
- Special Needs Holiday care for kids and teens carer support funding
- After School care $75.00 per week
- Respite Care $250.00 per night
- Vocational/Transitional training 9am-3pm daily $250.00 per week
- Support group sessions
Please be aware that WINS subsidy applications are available from the office and we will gladly assist you with the application.
WINS subsidy is an entitlement to many families who are earning under the threshold.
Single parent families or families receiving an allowance from WINS are most likely to be eligible for subsidy's.
Young people who have completed high school or who are in transition enjoy the activities of learning recreation and vocational offered at the centre.
Individualised lifestyle plans-called I L P’s are drawn up in conjunction with parents/ caregivers to work toward goals settings and proposed career steps.
The day programme offers a range of activities and on-going learning opportunities, Attendance full time or part time.
Absolutely Free To You
During 2006 we introduced the Life Works Course which is NZQA accredited, our students have taken to the programme really well, we also had some parents enrol which was very exciting for them as some parents were a bit nervous having last studied many many years ago. The classes are of reasonable size, which gives the students a one on one with the life works lecturer. There are a number of challenges given in the course. Students have to complete the challenge work books and then complete there journals. The Life Works Course will continue in 2007 so we look forward to a new year with many new faces and challenges in the life Works Course.
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