How you can help
You can help us make a difference to people's lives, and make sure people with additional support needs get a fair deal. You don't need any previous experience or qualifications. We welcome everyone - including young people and people with learning disabilities - to get involved in Partners in Advocacy.
You can become an advocate, or an assistant in a self-advocacy group, where people tell their stories and support each other to make changes. If you would like to find out more about becoming an advocate, please contact the co-ordinator in your local office. Click on Contact us.
You can be a general volunteer, or join a local group. Click on Inclusion for ways to become involved.
Click here to view a map showing the type of advocacy available by area.