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Advocacy support for individuals

What is advocacy?
Standing by someone, speaking out for someone’s rights, or acting on behalf or in support of another person – being on their side, especially when they are too afraid to speak for themselves.

Who is this service for?

For people with any type of disability, for example;

  • Brain injury
  • Mental illness
  • Intellectual disability
  • Neurological disability
  • Physical disability
  • Sensory disability

An advocate can help you get a fair go if you have been unfairly treated or discriminated against; by government departments, services and businesses; at work, university, school and TAFE; with accommodation, transport and access issues.

(NOTE: We do not provide legal advice, however we can assist you with accessing legal services).
We are an approved NDIS provider. (Under Services)