Advocacy is about supporting you to have your voice heard.  It’s about representing your interests, enabling you to exercise your rights, maximise your options and make informed choices when faced with important decisions that affect your life.

The Advocacy Charter can be found here:

There are many people whose individual circumstances preclude them from being able to take part fully in important discussions that they themselves are the subject of.  Disability and cognitive impairment in particular, present barriers to understanding and engaging with the often complicated processes that can result in life changing consequences.

We work independently from authorities and work on behalf of our clients. We can support you by:

  • Listening to you
  • Being non-judgmental
  • Understanding your concerns
  • Gathering all the relevant information
  • Exploring options
  • Evaluating and comparing possible outcomes
  • Respecting your decision

Helping you to make your case

If you would like to find if we can help you, click on the button below, complete the form and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

If you wish to make an advocacy referral, complete the referral form.

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