Enfield Advocacy Service
Supporting disabled and older people living in Enfield to have a voice.
What is an Advocate:
- Is someone who can support you to speak up for yourself or speak for you if you find this difficult.
- Advocate can help in lots of ways, help you understand your rights, to speak up and make choices.
- Support you so you can be more in control of your life.
- Promotes social inclusion, equality and social Justice.
Services we provide
Individual One to One Advocacy
- Bespoke one to one advocacy support from a named advocate.
- Support to prepare for and attend a meeting.
- Support to voice views and understand systems and processes.
- Help resolve complaints.
- Help to identify options and choices.
- Support to access services and resolve specific issues.
Self Advocacy Groups
- For disabled and older people who have shared experiences and wish to come together to speak and act collectively on important issues.
- Facilitated at a number of Community settings with advocacy peer support provided.
- Consultation facilitation groups on a variety of issues.
EAS is a partnership of established local advocacy providers comprising of:
Enfield Disability Action (EDA), Age UK Enfield, Mind in Enfield, Community Aid, Wellbeing Connect, London Brokerage Network and CAPE
Advocacy Project providing individual, group and peer advocacy; working with individuals to promote self advocacy
Tel: 020 8373 6228