Advocacy, Advice, Information and Help

We offer free impartial, non-judgemental help, assistance and advice to all people with mental health, learning impairments, physical and / or sensory disabilities, as well as, parents, families and carers, irrespective of race, ethnicity, religion, class, sexual orientation, ability, and gender. This includes help in the settlement of differences or potential differences over matters such as, involvement, inclusion, trust, disengagement, planning, preparation, personal development, access to facilities and transport.

Our experienced specialists really listen to all your issues, help you to understand how to solve particular problems and make informed decisions, as well as, makes sure your voice is heard where it really counts. We also provide information and work with you to make sure you’re in contact with the right people in the right places and the right organisations and will even accompany you to appointments.

We inform the wider public by raising awareness in all matters relating to exclusion, social disengagement, the provision of access to facilities in the interests of social welfare and / or social inclusion for recreation or other leisure time occupation of individuals who have need of such facilities by reason of their youth, age infirmity or disability, financial hardship, or social circumstances with the object of improving their health and wellbeing.