VoiceAbility’s Stephen Hinchley reflects on the government’s formal response to the public consultation on reforming the Mental Health…
VoiceAbility advocates share their take on the role of cultural understanding in good advocacy.
Stephen Hinchley takes a look at what other countries do when it comes to an ‘opt out’ approach to advocacy.
What difference would it make if advocacy was offered automatically to everyone on a mental health ward? Emma Foreman explains.
We’ve submitted our response to the consultation for the White Paper on the Mental Health Act.
We’ve sent written evidence to the Joint Committee on Human Rights (JCHR), to support their inquiry into the proposed reform of the Mental…
We welcome CQC’s recommendations about DNACPR orders: there is no place for blanket decisions about people’s access to medical care or…
In our response to the survey by the Chief Social Workers on Care Act Easements, we explain why we think the easements should be withdrawn.
We are pleased to announce four new trustees are joining the board at VoiceAbility, including a new chair of trustees.
Stephen Hinchley shares some initial reactions to the proposals in the government’s White Paper.
VoiceAbility welcomes the publication of the government’s White Paper - reform of the Mental Health Act is long overdue.
The development of vaccinations for coronavirus presents a potential life changing and world transforming advance. It is vital that people…
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