We provide the following types of Advocacy for adults:

 

Care Act Advocacy – see referral form, Frequently Asked Questions , eligibility flow chart and guidance on the local authority’s duty to appoint ‘appropriate individuals’ here

For all care groups (excluding mental health) who have substantial difficulty in being fully involved in local authority assessment, care planning, review or Safeguarding processes AND where this is no-one appropriate available to support and represent their wishes

 

People with a learning disability or autism – see referral form here

Advocacy for people who are known to Hampshire County Council OR those where advocacy support would prevent their care needs becoming more serious or delay the impact of their needs AND who do not have a suitable other person to support them

Person Centred Planning for people to inform their care and support plans

Self Advocacy groups – see more information on our self advocacy page

Hampshire Learning Disability Partnership Board Representatives support for Basingstoke, Hart & Rushmoor and Andover areas

Wednesday and Friday Networks in Basingstoke – more information on our self advocacy page

 

Advocacy for people with a physical or sensory disability, and older people – see referral form

For people who are known to Hampshire County Council and require an advocate for a short term issue, OR where advocacy support would prevent their care needs becoming more serious or delay the impact of their needs AND who do not have a suitable other person to support them

 

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