Success stories

The latest stories from VoiceAbility.

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George’s story - Finding Nemo

George is a quiet, thoughtful gentleman, who had lived an independent life until six months ago. A serious fall meant that George was admitted into care, and there he was diagnosed with dementia. After five months of physical therapy, George has recovered from his fall, but his dementia has gotten much more severe. After being assessed as lacking capacity to make a decision about where he could live, a VoiceAbility IMCA starting working with George.

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Daisy’s story - Streak of Independence

Daisy is an informal patient with the adolescent services unit. She is young, capable and intelligent but suffers from depression and anxiety and has been diagnosed with anorexia. She missed socialising with her friends and family and has looked at discharging herself from her unit against the wishes of medical professionals. Daisy asked for an independent advocate to get an independent explanation of her rights and the options that she had.

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Daisy’s story - Streak of Independence

Daisy is an informal patient with the adolescent services unit. She is young, capable and intelligent but suffers from depression and anxiety and has been diagnosed with anorexia. She missed socialising with her friends and family and has looked at discharging herself from her unit against the wishes of medical professionals. Daisy asked for an independent advocate to get an independent explanation of her rights and the options that she had.

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Greg’s story - Money for nothing

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.

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Greg’s story - Money for nothing

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.

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Advocates are White Knights

Michelle has been working as a paid carer in a variety of residential and private homes. One thing that she says is the same, wherever she has worked, is the feeling of helplessness.

An advocate was able to get results that Michelle found impossible herself. 

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