Self advocacy groups can help service providers to:
- Advise on the quality of services and make them better
- Inform service evaluation and reporting
- Empower people to express their individual needs and support self-determination
- Enable participatory decision making and choice within a service
- Build skills to deliver person-centred planning.
Training and capacity building is available through the Voice at the Table project!
- People with disability are connected and have the information they need to make decisions and choices.
- People with disability have the skills and confidence to participate and contribute to the community and protect their rights.
- People with disability use and benefit from the same mainstream services as everyone else.
- People with disability participate in and benefit from the same community activities as everyone else.
- People with disability actively contribute to leading, shaping and influencing their community.
- Participation and Inclusion
- Individual Outcomes
- Feedback and Complaints
- Service Access
- Service Management