Greg is a sociable gentleman living in a residential home. Greg is usually happy, so staff at the home were concerned when he came to them complaining that his weekly allowance from his family wasn’t enough. They called Voiceability and with his advocate’s involvement, Greg was able to get more money, and start doing the activities that made him so happy.Read more
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The Quality Performance Mark (QPM) is the critical award that every commissioner and every person who needs an advocate should expect to see when looking for advocacy.
Today VoiceAbility have been awarded the QPM without reservation or requirement for improvements.Read more
2015 was an exciting, challenging and successful year.
We introduced advocacy under the Care Act, rose up to meet the needs of an increased number of people and developed a range of training and guidance to enhance the quality and effectiveness of our services.
Our Impact report page is now live and you can find out for yourself the difference we made around the country.Read more
The Law Commission have today released its interim statement on the review of the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS). The statement reflects on the views of many, including VoiceAbility, and features the right to advocacy as part of its conclusions.Read more
It's Mental Health Awareness Week 2016 (#MHAW16) and this year the focus is on relationships. We've been looking at how advocacy relationships can aid positive mental health.Read more
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