Within Northamptonshire, we offer many different types of advocacy. You can find details of these below. Click on any of the services to find out more and contact the team.
01604 592702 (Mon - Fri 9am to 5pm)
Write to us:
Total Voice Northamptonshire, VoiceAbility, Unit F17, Moulton Park Business Centre, Redhouse Road , Moulton Park , Northampton, NN3 6AQ
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If you are a health or social care professional who would like to refer someone for advocacy, please use one of the below referral forms. If you are not sure which form you need, please call us or email us; we will be very happy to advise.
You can refer yourself, a friend or family member by calling us or emailing us on the details above, you don't need to use a form.
Do you live in Northamptonshire and need help to be involved in decisions about your care needs? A Total Voice advocate can help you be heard, understand your choices and make your own decisions. Find out about how an advocate can help you, and how to get in touch with the Northamptonshire team.
Do you want to make a complaint about a service you or someone you know have received from the NHS but are not sure where to start? VoiceAbility advocates can work with you in a variety of ways to ensure you understand your options and get the best outcome for you. We also have a dedicated website which has a wide range of information to support you make a complaint.
Experts by Experience support providers to give the best service to people with learning disabilities. The Quality Checkers team are Experts by Experience and use that experience to assess and report what is good and what needs improvements in each service. We are a member of The Association of Quality Checkers. As well as our regular quality checking work, we also assist commissioners at CTRs (Care & Treatment reviews). This ensures that people with a learning disability are not kept in hospital unnecessarily if they become mentally unwell.