Building advocacy networks for people

so that they have a good life even after their parents are no longer here to stand up for them

Building advocacy networks for people

so that their families have peace of mind about the future

Building advocacy networks for people

so that they are empowered to realise their aspirations and contribute to their community

Building advocacy networks for people

so that they form intentional friendships that broaden and enrich their lives

Building advocacy networks for people

so that they develop stronger links in the wider community

Building advocacy networks for people

so that they are as fulfilled and happy as they can be

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"Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and help them become what they are capable of being." - Goethe

We All Need Friends

One of the best long-term resources to have in place for a person is a circle of supportive people who know and care about his or her well-being.

We build on the work families do already, and give them a way of extending their support into the future.

LEARNING ABOUT ADVOCACY DURING COVID-19

23 Jul 2020

Would you like to help the University of Birmingham discover how the coronavirus is affecting advocacy for people receiving care and support? If so, the invitation below from Dr Benjamin Costello may interest you.

Selected Partners

Kemble Care: Valuing Independence Gloucestershire County Council: Building Better Lives Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group