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Children's advocacy

If you find it difficult to understand your care and support or find it hard speak up, there are people who can act as a spokesperson for you.

They make sure you're heard and are called advocates.

For example, they can help you:

  • understand the care and support process
  • talk about how you feel about your care
  • make decisions
  • challenge decisions about your care and support if you do not agree with them
  • stand up for your rights

They can write letters for you and attend meetings with you.

Advocates will support you during:

  • assessments
  • care and support planning
  • safeguarding and reviews

View the children's advocacy directory of local services and organisations

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