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Advocacy In Greenwich wants everybody to have rights, choices and chances; be able to say what they want and be heard and to be part of the community. We will work together with people with learning disabilities and/or physical disabilities to change the way people think so that we can make this happen.

What we do

We offer:

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1 to 1 advocacy

Self Advocacy Groups

Accessible training about your rights for people with a learning disability

Accessible training for staff that work in services

Volunteering and paid work opportunities for people with a learning disability

The chance for you to speak up for other people with a learning disability and help to make services better

We work with people with a learning disability to help services look at what they are doing well and what they can change

We are independent

We offer an independent service - this means we can support you to do the things that you want in the way you want without having to please other people.

Keeping Your Information Safe

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Advocacy in Greenwich needs to keep some information about the people we work with. We use the information as a record of our work with you and to make sure we are doing a good job. You can see information about you at anytime.

We also use the information to tell funders about the work we have been doing.

Advocacy in Greenwich will never pass on your name or address to anyone outside of the organisation unless we are worried about your safety.

Click here to read our Information Policy (pdf, 2.26 mb)