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Keep up to date with The Advocacy Project’s latest news and blogs.
We are back in Brent!
2nd December 2016
We are excited to be back in Brent to deliver an exciting and innovative new Health and User Engagement Service for people with learning disabilities. In partnership with Brent Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), we will be seeking the views and opinions of people with learning disabilities living in Brent, sharing their experiences of health […]
Christmas cards appeal
17th November 2016
Introducing our Christmas cards On 16 November 2016 we launched The Advocacy Project Christmas cards for the first time. We asked the people we work with – living with mental health issues, learning disabilities, older people and people with dementia – to create art that would send out our collective Christmas wishes. Seven unique […]
Blog: a day in the life of…. a forensic advocate
1st November 2016
A day in the life of Sabrina Solomon As an advocate with over seven years’ experience working in an acute inpatient setting, what continues to strike me most about my new role in a forensic service is the issue of security, not only the physical aspect of security but also the security of inpatients […]
Guest blog: volunteering with SURGE
30th September 2016
As part of my two weeks volunteering at The Advocacy Project, I was lucky enough to be invited to visit Speaking Up Rights Group Experts (SURGE) at Voluntary Action Camden (VAC). My first week with The Advocacy Project was mostly spent in the office, so I was excited to go out and see the organisation’s […]