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Care Act Advocacy

 

Who might need this: people who are finding it difficult to go through a social care process (e.g. assessment, review, safeguarding, carers assessment). People who don’t have anyone who can help them be involved.

 

It’s a statutory service. This means that under the Care Act, local authorities must involve people in decisions about their care and support needs. They must also make referrals to the service if someone needs an advocate.

 

How a Care Act Advocate can help

 

 

Who can make a referral for a Care Act Advocate?

 

Not the right type of advocacy for you? Try these:

 

Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy

Independent Mental Health Advocacy

DoLS IMCA

Relevant Person’s Representative

Independent Health Complaints Advocacy

Non Statutory Community Advocacy

Carers Advocacy