One to One Advocacy
by Partners In Advocacy Claimed ( Neurological Conditions, Disability, Independent Advocacy )
Advocacy is about sticking up for people who are at risk of being excluded, ignored or mistreated. It’s about helping people to find out about options, make choices and tell other people what they want to happen. It’s about making sure that people are fully involved in decisions that affect their lives – and that other people listen to them and take their views into account.
Service available in Edinburgh for:
People with a learning disability, 16 years old or older, who have a known diagnosis and this includes conditions such as autism.
People with physical disability, 16 years and older. Under this section of our work this includes a person with a brain injury or a dementia.
Older people aged 65 years and older, who has nobody else to speak on their behalf.
Last updated 10/06/2019
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