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Investigation. Cpanz It is time we had a look at the CPANZ

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Posted 31 March 2004 - 10:11 AM

Who and what is the Career Practitioners Association of New Zealand.? Who are the people who founded it? Are any ACC staff or ex ACC staff involved with its operations? How much money does it's members draw from ACC each year.?How many of these people are making a comfortable living working behind it's screen for ACC arranging bogus work trials and ridiculous "Rehabilitation programmes" I hear ACC General Manager, Gary Wilsons wife, is a member. It is time to have a serious look at this organisation. An organistion that is suspiciously given enormous advantage by the Accident Compensation act 2001.

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Posted 31 March 2004 - 10:54 AM

Code of ethics for career practitioners
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contact us The Career Practitioners Association of New Zealand, otherwise and hereinafter referred to as CPANZ or the Association, was formed with the aim of promoting professional standards of career practice. Members of CPANZ will be mindful of their connection with the Association in both public and private spheres. The following code will guide members in the performance of their services.


Clients include referring clients as well as clients who are the focus of the career process. Clients may be individuals, groups or organisations.
Clients must be treated with:

In working with other clients, the member:

will respect their rights and dignity
will respect ethnic and cultural dimensions
will not abuse any power differential inherent in the career process
will maintain client confidentiality
will acknowledge the clients' rights of self determination
will not be party to any unfair discrimination involving clients

The Member

The member will acknowledge the boundaries of their professional expertise
The member will give effective service to all parties involved in a career consultation process
The member will keep current with the professional literature
The member will help other members and related professionals where practicable
The member will take due care with the accuracy of information provided
The member will observe all statutory and legal obligations and inform all interested persons of their implications. If in doubt the member will consult the relevant legal authorities.

The Community

The member will conduct himself/herself in a professional manner at all times
The member will, on request, advise and help groups or individuals within the community, to the limits of their expertise and available resources.
The member will provide input to the development of public policy as it affects career practice, where appropriate.
The member will use the privilege of Association membership with discretion in all their dealings.
The member will foster professionalism and an awareness of the aims of association within the community at all times.

Copyright 2000 - Career Practitioners Association of New Zealand
All rights reserved

Having dealt with a member of this association, in connection with work trial I found the relationship with my case manager to be somewhat cosy to say the least and not at all in keeping with the


part of this code of ethics.

I guess we now have another organisation to write to in regards of their members practises to keep them honest in their dealings with us claimants.

check below link for local members of C.P.A.N.Z

Members of C.P.A.N.Z

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Posted 31 March 2004 - 11:42 AM

Well,Well, isnt it interesting.

HODGES, Catherine Mary
BRAY, Maureen W

Cpanz Members Waikato

Catherine Hodges Hamilton

BRAY, Maureen Winifred
CHIARONI, Julie Patricia
CPANZ Members Northland
Julie Chiaroni Dargarville
Julie Chiaroni Dargarville


Incorporated 20-FEB-2002 View Certificate Of Incorporation
Current Status REGISTERED
Registered Office
Ingham Mora Limited
Realty House
60 Durham Street
BRAY, Maureen Winifred

CPANZ Membership Auckland

Carol Milanovic Auckland

CPANZ Members Wellington
Tisha Wilson LOWER HUTT


and some interesting names turn up on the
CPANZ Canterbury Membership list:


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Posted 31 March 2004 - 05:39 PM

I recognise quite a few names from Workbridge CHCH, or are they ex workbridge, some now may work for ACC, very interesting

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Amanda Lee Auckland
Andrew Connolly Helensville
Angela Greig North Shore
Angela McCarthy Auckland
Angela Wallace Auckland
Anna De Valk Auckland
Asoka Basnayake Auckland
Astrid Van Holten Auckland
Barry McGrath Auckland
Bernard Honey Auckland
Bob Beaver Waitakere City
Brenda Keating Manukau
Brigette Shutkowski Auckland
Carol Fatialofa AUCKLAND
Caroline Sandford Auckland
Carol Milanovic Auckland
Catherine McIntyre Auckland
Christene Ford Pukekohe
Christine Nolan Auckland
Christopher Read North Shore City
Cushla Brown Auckland
Cushla Summers Auckland
Debbie Penlington Auckland
Deborah Mallory Auckland
Diane Colson Kaukapakapa
Dianne Gatward AUCKLAND
Don Clark Henderson
Doreen Davy Auckland
Elizabeth Ellis Auckland
Fay McKee Auckland
Fiona Nelson Auckland
Frances Harre Auckland
Gabrielle Riley auckland
Geoff Martyn Auckland
Geraldine Dearlove Auckland
Glenys Ker Auckland
Graeme Mackay
Helena To'o Auckland City
Honor Houldsworth Auckland
Huia Hanlen Auckland
Irene Taylor Auckland
Jackie Wattam Auckland
James Nathan Auckland
Janine Begg Auckland
Janine Pohe Auckland
Jill Shepherd AUCKLAND
Joanna Budai Auckland
John Argue Tuakau
John Hellesoe Ngaruawahia
Jonathan Smith Auckland
Judith Lubetzky Auckland
Julia Mason AUCKLAND
Julie Hodgson Auckland
Julie Hogg Auckland
Karen Butler Auckland
Kate Fenton North Shore City
Katharine Jones Auckland
Katherine Stirling Auckland
Kaye Avery Auckland
Lee Brodie Auckland
Lesley Turner Auckland
Lorraine Jackson AUCKLAND
Lynette Reid Auckland
Lynne Herring Auckland
Lynnette Earley Auckland
Maeria Koligi Auckland
Margaret Mays Auckland
Margaret Merton AUCKLAND
Mark Sames Auckland
Mary Kayes Auckland
Maureen Cassin Auckland
Melanie Holland Auckland
Michael Dent AUCKLAND
Mitchell Hutchings North Shore
Nancy Dunlop Auckland
Navazesh Smith Auckland
Neenu Madan Auckland
Noel McKay AUCKLAND 1003
Noretta Boland Auckland
Odelia Johnson Auckland
Pam Findlay Auckland
Pareaute Panapa
Patricia Glen North Shore
Paul Fennessy Auckland
Peta Mobberley Auckland 1006
Philomena Pinto AUCKLAND
Ralph Bathurst AUCKLAND 1310
Rawinia McCallum Auckland
Raymond Young Auckland
Richard Vernall Auckland
Robyne Melton R.D.4, Albany
Rose Wilkinson North Shore City
Sarah Pitt Manukau City
Sharyn Elstob Auckland
Stephen Conway Auckland
Susanna Van Der Meer Auckland
Suzanne Jones Auckland
Sybil Au Auckland
Todd Clay Auckland
Tracy Tipene Hibiscus Coast
Tracy Wood Manukau
Truce Port Manakau
Veta Endemann Auckland
Vincent Salt Auckland
Wendy Carey Auckland
Wendy Hansen
Yolanda van den Bemd Auckland
Yvonne Lambert-Smith Auckland

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Bay of Plenty

Andree Timbs Whakatane
Andree Withington Katikati
Barbara Stewart Rotorua
Bronwen Scott Rotorua
Christine Grunwell Tauranga
Deborah Street Rotorua
Gary McAuliffe Rotorua
Grant Coveney Rotorua
Gregory Moran Mt Maunganui
Jane Pearson Rotorua
Janine Arnerich Rotorua
Jean Taylor Bay of Plenty
Joan Partridge Tauranga
Jocelyn Neal Tauranga
Karen McLaren Te Puke
Kay Grant Taupo
Lauri Russell MAKETU 3070
Lesley Taylor Tauranga
Lynn Randall Rotorua
Marea Brown Tauranga
Margaret Ebbett Tauranga
Marlon Hepi Rotorua
Michael O'Neil Mount Manganui
Paula Rewi Mount Manganui
Paul Fitzmaurice Taupo
Peter Minto Tauranga
Ruth Missen Whakatane
Selwyn Insley Rotorua
Waimarie Puketapu Rotorua

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Andrea Carrodus Christchurch
Anne Archer Christchurch 2
Anne Potter Timaru
Cath Bakkum Timaru
Catherine Buck Christchurch
Christina Steere Christchurch
Christine Horton Christchurch
Christopher Bridgman Christchurch
Danielle Percival Christchurch
Debbie Gray Christchurch
Ellen Cashion Christchurch
Fiona Barnes-Duckmanton Christchurch
Grant Paice Christchurch
Jacqueline Walker Christchurch
James McIntyre Christchurch
James McIntyre Christchurch
Jennifer Gibson Lyttelton
Jenni Marceau Christchurch
Jill Halliburton Lyttleton
Joan Crowe Christchurch
Joanna Consedine Christchurch
Joanne Des Forges Christchurch
Karen Erkkila Lyttleton
Karen Wason christchurch
Kathleen Jones Christchurch
Kay Mintrom-Pearce Christchurch
Keith Thomson Christchurch
Kylee McLeod Christchurch
Linda Allen Christchurch
Lynda Clark Christchurch 2
Lynnette Morgan Christchurch
Malcolm South Christchurch
Marilyn Frew Christchurch
Michelle Neale North Canterbury
Murray Looker Christchurch
Nicola Glenjarman Christchurch
Nicola McDonald Christchurch 8005
Nigel Philpott Westport
Ormond Wilson Christchurch
Pamela Mallinson Christchurch
Paul Barclay Christchurch
Paul Garvey Christchurch
Pauline Moore Christchurch
Paul Isherwood Christchurch
Rachelle Henson Christchurch
Rhona Duncan Christchurch
Robyn Mcdonald Ashburton
Sally Lewis Christchurch
Scott Rose Christchurch
Shary Vargo Christchurch
Simon Davies
Susan Booth Motueka
Tui McBeath Christchurch
Vivienne Straight Christchurch
Wendy Toohey Leeston
Win Parkes TIMARU

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Hawkes Bay/Gisborne

Barbara Brookfield Havelock North
Coleen MacRae Napier
Fleur Paenga Gisborne
Geoff Meade GISBORNE
Heather Carpenter Hawkes Bay
Jan Crawford
Jenni Tomlins Hastings
Murray West Napier
Russell Booth Napier
Sarie Du Toit Napier
Sharon Hirst Napier
Trevor Kearse Hawkes Bay

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Alexandra Chadwick Palmerston North
Angela Baker FIELDING
Barry Anderson Levin
Christopher Stephens Palmerston North
Claire Stirling-Hawkins Palmerston North
Don Burney Wanganui
Douglas Pitcher Palmerston North
Elizabeth Chandler Palmerston North
Grant Hook Palmerston North
Judith Swainson Palmerston North
Linda Norfolk Levin
Lynda Robb Levin
Pamela Murray BULLS
Stuart Wright Dannevirke
Tania Lamb Palmerston North

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Allan Griffiths Nelson
Bruce Hay Nelson
Cathryn McEwan Nelson
Cheryl West Blenheim
Grant McNeill Nelson
Jeanette Garrett Nelson
Jude Miller
Louise Gregory Nelson
Lynn Stones Nelson
Miles Clifford Nelson
Nicola Robb Motueka
Pip Jamieson Nelson
Richard Currie Nelson
Sarah Callow Nelson
Stephen Tiplady Blenheim
Tui Nepia Whangarei
Wendy Fisher Greymouth

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Alan Stewart Whangarei
Andrea Laiman Whangarei
Anne Poole Whangarei
Catherine White Whangarei
Denise Tucker Whangarei
Glen Alderton Whangarei
Huck Taingahue Whangarei
Jennifer Ross Whangarei
Joanne Heap Auckland
Julie Chiaroni Dargarville
Julie Chiaroni Dargarville
Julie Urbahn Whangarei
Maryanne Hooson Whangarei
Patrick Cody WHANGAREI
Pauline Templeman Kaitaia
Sandra Trent Whangarei

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Alan McIntyre Invercargill
Alyson Scott Dunedin
Ann Boanas Queenstown
Bronwyn Powell Dunedin
Cherie Fletcher Dunedin
David Attwell Dunedin
David Jones
Elizabeth Holland DUNEDIN
Garry Erskine Invercargill
Garth Butson Invercargill
Jacqueline Fraser Dunedin
Jean Sims 2 RD Oturehua
Julie Rogan Dunedin
Katherine McKay Invercargill
Lionel Wilson Timaru
Maureen Slow Invercargill
Paula Waby Dunedin
Rachel Duell Dunedin
Raewyn Perkins Oamaru
Robyn Bridges Dunedin
Robyn Herd Dunedin
Steven Oliver Dunedin
Veronica Howes Dunedin

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Taranaki/King Country

Chris Dunlop New Plymouth
Elizabeth Scott New Plymouth
Grant Langley New Plymouth
Hinerangi Edwards Hawera
Jenette Hucker Inglewood
John Mills New Plymouth
Margaret McCall NEW PLYMOUTH
Mary Mustchin New Plymouth
Michelle Lawrence New Plymouth
Pauline Crowley-Zieltjes New Plymouth
Stephen Ander New Plymouth
Tess Livingstone New Plymouth

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Barbara Iversen Hamilton
Barbara Read Cambridge
Catherine Hodges Hamilton
David Julian Cambridge
Denise Ross Hamilton
Elizabeth Gairdner Hamilton
Graeme Barrett Hamilton
Jane Thomas Morrinsville
Jenny Watkins Hamilton
Jill Bergin HAMILTON
Jillena Paekau Hamilton
Jimileen Tamaki Hamilton
Juliana Smithells Hamilton
Lenard Morland Hamilton
Malcolm Brown Hamilton
Martin Hefer Cambridge
Mohi Rua
Pamela Rudolph
Paul Ellerby Hamilton
Peter Uerata Hamilton
Richard Murray Matamata
Rosalind Adams Hamilton
Rosemarie Cann Hamilton
Ross Jones Ngaruawahia
Stephanie Williams Hamilton
Susan Law Hamilton
Tim Smithells Hamilton
Tui Needham Hamilton

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Aleta Jenkins Wellington
Alison Bradshaw Wellington
Amanda Ditty Wellington
Andrew Motte-Harrison Masterton
Ann Humphries Wellington
Bernardine Reid Wellington
Beth Gallego Wellington
Bridget Gunn Lower Hutt
Carol Galloway Wellington
Carol Linehan Wellington
Christopher Travers Wellington
Claire Pearce Wellington
Diane Whyte Lower Hutt
Eileen Sloan Kapiti Coast
Felicity McLennan Wellington 6001
Fiona Purchas Wellington
Fran Parkin Wellington
Genie Cozens Wellington
Grant Hill Lower Hutt
Grant Price Wellington
Helen Frances Wellington
Helen Wilson Wellington
Jennifer Jackson-Hall Wellington
Jocelyn Brooks Wellington
John Crompton Wellington
Judy Midalia Wellington
Katherine Clark Masterton
Kristine Manktelow Wellington
Kristine Mclachlan Lower Hutt
Linda Gittings Pukera Bay
Lindsey Gott Wellington
Liz Gray Wellington
Liz Medford Wellington
Lynnette Patterson Lower Hutt
Mandy Crozier Wellington
Margaret Northcott Wellington
Millie Douglas Wellington
Pamela Tailby Featherston
Patricia Whitehead Wellington
Peter Jones LOWER HUTT
Peter Kirby KAPITI
Ruth Harrison Wellington
Ruth McAulay Porirua
Ruth Thornycroft Upper Hutt
Sally Hague Wellington
Sally McIlraith Featherston
Sheena Hudson Wellington
Shelley Murdoch Wellington
Shirley Hampton Wellington
Sonya Ford Plimmerton
Sue Lawrence Lower Hutt
Sue Paterson Wellington
Susan Mortimer Porirua
Susan Mortlock Wellington
Tangi Ward
Tisha Wilson LOWER HUTT
Tony Karamanolis Wellington

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could this suggest that trisha wilson's CPANZ membership has influenced the
ACc Rehabiitation scheme??? perhaps for friends????/ makes one wonder when
the "alpha" group of companies has grown fast, who has helped finance it?

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Posted 03 April 2004 - 08:08 PM

Veronica Howes Dunedin [ Vocab ] Services in Vocational Rehabilitation
Timaru ACC highly recommend her. Cost paid for an IOA $1,244.37

Anne Potter Timaru also comes highly recommended by branch

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Posted 03 April 2004 - 10:57 PM


I notice you use the word 'injury' in the course of your writings and on the ACC forum banner. Just a suggestion I feel that the word 'disabled' and its variations would be more powerful than the word 'injury'. There are perhaps many reasons why the word 'disabled' is not used often by ACC. I suggest one of these reasons is that it does not want to be identified as a disability service provider. This is because then it would have to comply with the HDC code of rights.

Another reason why the word 'disabled' and its variations may be better is philosophical and at the same time pragmatic. The word injury ignores the consequences of an accident. An injury can be individualised, medicalised, and redefined at liberty. To say that an individual is merely injured ignores the consequences of that injury. And those consequences can be defined under the umbrella term disability. To acknowledge the fact that we are disabled acknowledges also that there is an imbalance of social equity in human and civil rights through lack of understanding, barriers in the built and intellectual environment, unjust laws and so on. I argue that it is not for the injury that we receive compensation but for the disability.

Injury is 'ACC speak' and in a sense doublethink. Using this word in a sense allies the user with ACC itself. The use of the word injury is part of a strategy to transfer a passive aggressive, and oppressive, power mechanism from government into society and to maintain and propagate a tyranny of the norm. As Orwell writes in 1984:

War is Peace
Freedom is Slavery
Ignorance is Strength...
Doublethink means the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one's mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them... To tell deliberate lies while genuinely believing them, to forget any fact that has become inconvenient, and then when it becomes necessary again, to draw it back from oblivion for just so long as it is needed, to deny the existence of objective reality and all the while to take account of the reality which one denies-all this is indispensably necessary.... Ultimately it is by means of doublethink that the Party has been able -- and may, for we know, continue to be able for thousands of years -- to arrest the course of history.

Perhaps this could be put up for discussion. I feel the use of correct words is extremely important may be even a poll could be had. I would be interested to know other people's thoughts.

Cheers Sigurd

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Posted 04 April 2004 - 11:35 AM

hows this? what sounds like the truth and good english as a description? Permanently injured person or permanently disabled person. When a person suffers an injury it is in the first instance. secondary to that he is referred to as injured, past tense of the injury. If there is pemanent, lasting damage caused by the injury. Then the person involved is clearly permanently disabled. You do not say this person can do that even with a serious permanent injury or though they are permanently injured they can do this. You say even with serious permanent disabilities this person can perform this task. Sigurd is on to it. It is a softening of the description by ACC in line with with its policies based on the absurd flight of fancy they project with their airy fairy idea that everyone is capable of something no matter how bad they are. Which is true of course. But it is a statement for propagnda only. To make the EXIT programme look ok. Ask Ruth she is the minister. Are we people with disabilities or injured people and what is the difference?

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Posted 04 April 2004 - 11:51 AM

Glad to hear you are making headway IDB. CPANZ is an evil phoenix of Catylist rising from its ashes there has to be a lot of ACC money going in its direction for nothing.

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