Disability and Special Needs Advocate
Find disability advocacy services. Disabled people, especially those with learning disabilities will often require a higher level of support to get their views, opinions and wishes heard. People with speech problems will often be frustrated getting their views out and may be particularly difficult to understand due to communication problems. With the help of an advocate people with a whole range of disabilities can gain control over their, views and lives as well as make their own choices about what happens to them.
This dedicated section of ABLEize provides details of disability advocacy services helping you or your disabled adult or child communicate and speak up for themselves and get their views and wishes known.
Helping disabled people including those with special needs to understand their rights and ensure their wishes are met. Centre for Resolution works to defend and safeguard disabled peoples rights and have their voice heard on issues that are important to them. Call today for full details.
Provides much needed advocate services for people with learning disabilities to help them gain fuller control of their lives, living accommodation and much more.
A charity set up to work in partnership with people with learning disabilities, their carers and families to make sure they are supported with dignity and respect. Site offers full details and contacts.
Provides free, confidential and independent disability advocacy services throughout Sheffield and areas of South Yorkshire for disabled and special needs people. Site include a dedicated advocacy video with contacts.
Established in 1993 to provide advocacy services across Scotland for those with disabilities, mental health issues and special needs. Site highlights your right, the services provided and contacts.
Providing details of advocacy services for the disabled and those with special needs that assist them with making decisions and ensuring that their wishes are understood and implement. Site provides details of support and how to make contact.
Providing free independent representative advocacy services throughout Ireland for adults with disabilities, mental health issues and special needs. Includes telephone contact details and online resources.
Works to support people with disabilities and special needs to get their voices heard when involving decisions that affect their lives. Covers the areas of Glasgow South Lanarkshire and East Renfrewshire.