A reflection for Safeguarding Adults Week from our CEO, Jonathan Senker.
As we near the end of Safeguarding Adults Week, Kathryn Holland explains why advocates must be proactive defenders of human rights.
This Safeguarding Adults Week, Helen Delmar shares how Black people were diagnosed with schizophrenia because of their civil rights ideas.
VoiceAbility’s Toby Morrison has spoken about how he’s found his calling working as an independent advocate.
Kathryn Holland reflects in Safeguarding Adults Week on what a bowl of fruit can tell us about our expectations.
A joint letter from the disability sector calls for urgent support with the cost of living crisis for disabled people.
VoiceAbility Chief Executive Jonathan Senker on his route into advocacy, where it’s heading and… oat bran and train drivers.
Fatime Pecaku shares her story – and why she became an independent advocate – for Advocacy Awareness Week.
Advocacy Awareness Week is a great opportunity to celebrate and increase understanding of advocacy and the life-changing work we do.
The gap in healthy life expectancy between the richest and poorest in Scotland has never been wider. Community link workers are vital in…
Voice and rights charity VoiceAbility has hosted events at political party conferences for the first time.
A new report reviewing the role of advocacy for people with a learning disability and autistic people has been published.
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