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A perfect storm
There are challenges aplenty facing the advocacy sector, and many would argue that there’s a perfect storm due to the conjunction of financial, legislative and…
Guest blog from Kate Mercer.
The annual National Advocacy Conference and Awards, which take place this week, are without doubt, the highlight of my year. They provide a unique opportunity…
Advocacy Focus share Jimmy's Story - Jimmy* lives in a nursing home and has an Acquired Brain Injury, recently his short term memory has become impaired and there…
According to John McKnight, years ago, when someone died, everyone in the community helped the grief-stricken get through. One day, someone went off to train as a bereavement counsellor and…
Author: Drew Llewellyn
A fantastic case study video from Swan Advocacy talking about the benefits of achieving the Quality Performance Mark.
Author: Gail Petty
I’m really excited about the first ever Advocacy Awareness Week!
My hope is that this will be a week of celebrating all that is great in advocacy,…
Lizzi talks about the complexities of being a confident and outgoing teenager who also suffers from severe anxiety and depression.
40 SEND Leaders share their advice on what key things people should consider in order to increase their SEND leadership impact.
Author: Scott Watkin
In National Eye Health Week, New NDTi board member, Scott Watkin, talks about his work with the charity SeeAbility - raising awareness of the risks of sight problems amongst…
Some reflections from Rob Greig, retiring after 35 years of grappling with the ‘system’ – part two.
This second blog specifically focuses on the world of learning disabilities.
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