Dorset Advocacy’s independent advocates help to ensure that rights are upheld and that peoples’ views, wishes and needs are heard, respected and acted upon.
During the coronavirus epidemic, it is even more important that we ensure that this happens. Advocates visit people, following our Covid safety precautions. We also use video-calls, email and phone where possible, especially if we think a visit is not safe for the person or the Advocate.
- Advocates take action to help people say what they want, secure their rights, represent their interests and get the services they need.
- Advocacy promotes inclusion, equality and social justice.
- We help a wide range of people, including those with learning difficulties, long term health conditions, dementia or memory loss as well as their families, carers and support staff.
Video: Welcome to Dorset Advocacy
Click on the video above to play a film about our work.
The Quality Performance Mark, known as “QPM”, is the gold standard for Advocacy Services. We hold the QPM, which proves that we meet the national standards for excellent, reliable and safe Advocacy services.
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