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Our Guide is now available for download by either Clicking here, on the front page (left margin of home page) or by going to downloads Fairway Advocacy has produced this Guide to teach the reader both the skills and application of these skills required to be a good self- advocate.

Posted on 24 Apr 2016 by Ibadmin

The purpose of Advocacy is to provide a vulnerable person with a voice that gets across their views, beliefs, values and wishes to an authority as well as enable the vulnerable person to take a proactive approach to accessing their entitlements thus preventing the violation of their human rights. Advocacy services are usually accessed when a person who is trying to resolve or bring to the attention of a relevant authority e.g. housing, social work, occupational therapy etc. an issue that they have where they believe there to be a power imbalance which makes them vulnerable to being denied their entitlements/human rights or are experiencing the denial of such entitlements/human rights.

Posted on 24 Apr 2016 by Ibadmin

Fairway Advocacy attended the Independent Living Scotland Charity fair at the SECC on Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th October 2015. At this fair, Tim Bone maintained our stand and networked with many well established charities that were enthusiastic about acting as potential sources of referral of new clients:

Posted on 14 Oct 2015 by Ibadmin
Our new client information pack is now available. This contains an introduction to the service we can offer you along with details on information sharing, confidentiality and an agreement on how we can assist you. The pack also contains an evaluation form so that, once we have helped, you can tell us how helpful you feel we have been”.
See the Downloads link above if you wish to download the pack documents
Individuals who wish to self-refer can do so by contacting
Posted on 13 Mar 2015 by Ibadmin
Self -Directed Support is a new way in providing individuals in receipt of care services to better manage the care that they receive by giving them more say and influence in terms of how the budget, the local authority have allocated to meet the concerned individual’s care costs, are spent i.e. what services are funded and who provides these services.
Posted on 13 Mar 2015 by Ibadmin

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