‘Foundations of a Good Life’ – 3 Part Zoom Series


March 23, 2022 at 7:30pm - 9pm



This series of events will explore some of the fundamental elements required for a good life, sharing proven strategies, tools and approaches that support people to get the good (or better) life they want.

With Aotearoa New Zealand looking forward to the new Ministry for Disabled People and the national roll out of Enabling Good Lives, we expect changes in the disability sector to accelerate. As we await these changes, thousands of people living in New Zealand still need grass roots change as they continue to struggle to get the life they want.

This interactive series, hosted by Imagine Better includes three 1.5 hour Zoom Webinars with John Armstrong and Tony McLean. Each session will begin with an hour of online tutorial and learning followed by a 30-minute live Q&A.

Who is this series for?

These on-line sessions will be of value to:

  • Disabled people wanting to create their good life.
  • Families, whānau, allies and supporters wanting to understand the barriers and solutions to assisting others to get a good life.
  • Paid professionals wanting to enhance their practice.
  • Anyone interested in supporting people’s authentically individual aspirations.


Investment and Registration Process:

Register for the series on the panel at the bottom of this webpage.

When you register, you’ll be asked to pay a small fee to access this unique learning opportunity.



Individuals, Family, Whānau $50.00 | Professionals $150.00

Your registration will provide you access to:

  • 5 hours of live learning and Q&A delivered in three x 1.5 hour sessions
  • Access to recordings of the sessions for you to watch post event
  • Reading material for expanding content
  • Connections within the Imagine Better community



Wednesday March 23

Wednesday March 30

Wednesday April 6


7.30pm – 9pm


For more information please email Tony McLean - [email protected]


About the Presenters:

John has had an extensive career in teaching, government, non-government and consultancy roles since the early 1970s. He is a Senior SRV Trainer since 1991 working across Australia and New Zealand conducting training, consultancy and evaluation.  

John has written widely for a variety of newsletters and journals with a particular interest in the factors that promote the welfare of individuals and reduce the potential for neglect and harm.

John Armstrong looks professional and is wearing glasses and a striped business shirt.

Image Description: John Armstrong looks professional and is wearing glasses and a striped business shirt.


Will you come?

‘Foundations of a Good Life’ – 3 Part Zoom Series


March 23, 2022 at 7:30pm - 9pm