Children & Young Persons Advocacy
Someone on your side
How can The Advocacy People help?
You have as much right as an adult to be listened to when decisions are being made about your life. What you feel and want is very important.
You can usually have an advocate to help you speak up about what you feel and want if you:
Are a Child in Care
Are leaving Care
Have a disability or other need
Are a young carer
Want to make a complaint about your social care
You might be able to have an advocate in other situations – this will depend where you live. If you want to find out more, get in touch, our details are at the bottom of this page.
What does an advocate do?
Listens to you
Finds out your wishes and feeling
Helps you tell others what you want or tells them for you, if you want the advocate to do this
Gets answers to your questions
Won’t tell you what to do
Is independent which means they won’t make any decisions about or for you
How can I get help from an advocate?
Most of the time, an adult will ask you if you want an advocate and get in touch with us.
But if you want to get in touch yourself, you can by using the details below.
"You have as much right as an adult to be listened to"
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