Self Advocacy

What is Self Advocacy?

Self Advocacy supports someone with intellectual disability to be able to speak up and represent themselves.

Ideally they know what they want, and have a goal they want to work towards. 

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Meet our team

Staff member Caroline Santangelo.

Caroline Santangelo

Operations Manager

Angelo Hatzimanolis

Self Advocacy Officer

Self Advocacy Officer Angela Bozikas.

Angela Bozikas

Self Advocacy Officer

Contact us

If you would like support, call us on: 

Why is Self Advocacy important?

People with intellectual disability should be able to:

  • Speak up for themselves
  • Make their own choices
  • Be supported to grow and learn 
  • Take control of their own lives
Self Advocacy staff and client at table

How we can help you

  • Provide one-on-one support to clients
  • Run individual or group information sessions on topics clients choose
  • Help people with intellectual disability be active in their community
  • Talk with other organisations so they can help their clients

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