Self Advocacy

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Not everybody who has an issue needs ADACAS to help them achieve their goals. The process of speaking up for yourself and making sure people respect your decisions is called self-advocacy. Self-advocates ensure that they have a say in decisions that affect them. They ask questions when they don’t understand instructions, processes or decisions made by other people about their lives. They know that they have the right to be included in all areas of their life. They know that they have the right to make choices and to make sure that others respect their choices. ADACAS can assist with helping people with disabilities who want to develop their self advocacy skills by providing information and support.

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Adacas provides help and support to people with disabilities, the elderly and their carers.

Advocacy is about helping a person to be heard in the decisions that affect their life. Advocacy aims to increase a person’s control over goods, services and quality of life

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