The Wilson Home Trust is looking for a Resources and Support Co-ordinator to provide resources and support to families with physically disabled children and establish partnerships and collaborations with other organisations and service providers who support physically disabled children in the Trust’s qualifying area, of the upper North Island. We are looking for someone with…Read details
The Wilson Home Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of Christine Jones as Trust Administrator. Christine (Chris) has a long history of employment in the not for profit sector, with her last role being EA to the CEO and General Manager of BeAccessible. Prior to that she was Acting Manager at Raeburn House. Chris also…Read details
The Wilson Home Trust is looking for an experienced Administrator to support the Trust Manager in the day to day running of the Wilson Home Trust (established to provide care, support, respite and rehabilitation services to children with physical disabilities in the upper north island). Located in 13 acres of tropical cliff top gardens…Read details
The Wilson Home Trust is delighted to welcome Carol White as our new Trust Manager. Carol comes to us from the Raukatauri Music Therapy Trust, where she was Executive Director for the past five years. Her responsibilities there included implementation of a successful strategic plan as well as the day-to-day operations of the Centre and its Outreach and Satellite programmes. …Read details
You are warmly invited to a workshop to hear the results of the recent survey undertaken and to share your ideas on ways that the Trust can support children with physical disabilities and their families. The Trust Committee of management have organised a number of times and venues and you are welcome to attend the…Read details
1 March 2017
The Waitemata DHB Board (as Trustee of the Wilson Home Trust) is pleased to announce the appointments of Adina Halpern as chair and John Whitehead and Mark Campbell as new Committee of Management members.
The Wilson Home Trust is fortunate to have individuals of such high calibre taking on these roles and is very grateful to those people in the community wishing to contribute.
Adina’s strong sense of empathy and compassion is perfectly aligned with the values required to lead the day-to-day running of a charitable trust whose core function is to support children with disabilities and their families.
She is committed to moving ahead with the survey of beneficiary families that seeks to ensure the future support the Trust provides is responsive to their contemporary needs.Read details
The Wilson Home Trust
Have you heard that the Wilson Home Trust has launched an Interim Family Support Service – in response to family feedback.
Parents can call 0800 948 787 or email for help at any time and will receive a response within 24 hours.