Advocacy ensures justice and the fundamental human needs, rights and interests of people impacted by brain injury.
Whether you need someone to speak on behalf of yourself or for someone you care for or you wish to advocate for yourself directly, it is important in making sure your needs and rights are properly supported. Advocacy commonly involves systems of support such as the NDIS and other government services but can extend to general public services and community associations. Whatever the situation, advocacy matters.
Legal and Advocacy
Advocacy relates to access and the fundamental human rights, needs and interests of all. Advocacy may involve speaking up for someone with a disability, or self-advocacy where a person speaks for themselves.