For all people to have the opportunity to explore, participate, and lead healthy and dignified lives.
Striving to lead best practice in Aotearoa, Seating To Go provides a comprehensive person-centred specialist wheeled mobility and postural management service, covering everything from assessment and training, to equipment repairs, servicing and modifications.
A preferred provider for the Ministry of Health and ACC, we have been operating throughout the Waikato, Coromandel, Eastern and Western Bay of Plenty, and Lakes regions since 1997.
We recognise the importance of ‘getting it right’ and appreciate that people are individuals with their own goals and lived experiences. With core values of integrity, collaboration, innovation and best practice; you can count on us to find the right solution for you, so that you can lead your best life.
Same, same, but better:
After 22 years, on 1 November 2019, Seating To Go joined the Geneva Healthcare Group; a well-resourced organisation with similar vision and values. Since 1996, Geneva Healthcare have been New Zealand’s trusted experts in aged care, illness, injury & disability support. They provide personalised wellness and rehabilitation services enabling people to live at home, stay connected with their communities and continue employment.
We continue to operate as Seating To Go – Pumau ki te Oranga, with our existing team delivering services. Debbie Wilson, Occupational therapist and one of the founding directors, remains as the Service Manager and has a special focus on service delivery, innovation and best practice.
The Seating To Go team are all specialists in the field of wheeled mobility and postural management – it is what we do all day, every day. You will find us passionate about the work we do and progressive in our approach.
Our team has experience working with babies right through to the elderly, and with people of all abilities ranging from people with spinal injuries to those with neurological conditions.
In addition to our core team of administrators, technicians, technician assistants and wheelchair and seating therapists, we employ wheelchair training mentors in our skills groups and access our Kaumatua, Rangi Manihera, and Whaea Lindann Manihera for cultural training and support.