NZDSN believes that the human rights of disabled people must be promoted and protected and that when injustices occur that we have an absolute responsibility as individuals and as disability service proviers to intervene and ensure people are safe.
NZDSN believes that all people should have the ability to realise their potential in the society where they live and have equal chances for success in life.
NZDSN believes in the value of diversity of people in society and that diversity must be respected and actively nurtured in disability services.
NZDSN believes that strong constructive relationships are the foundation of our work. We are committed to the development and maintenance of collaborative solution-focused relationships with our members; government and the other community agencies. In all our dealings with others we will be transparent, accountable and conduct ourselves with integrity.