seAp Advocacy works completely independently of all health and social care service provision. Our advocates strive to uphold the rights of vulnerable people and support them towards living more secure, independent and fulfilled lives.
We enable people to understand their options, communicate their preferences and ensure they are heard. Advocates support their clients to negotiate their next steps, whilst addressing the barriers that are holding them back.
Through seAp’s dedicated training arm ‘Advocacy Training’, we ensure that all our advocates are trained to the highest standards set by City & Guilds, and offer training to external organisations for payment.
Our Vision - how we see the future
A society where the need for advocacy is fully recognised and where it is a universally available service that promotes social justice, empowers people to have more control over their lives and supports them in claiming their rights.
Our Mission - why we are here
To provide an advocate to anybody that needs one.
To help drive up public service standards by influencing policy-makers.
To improve the quality and availability of advocacy through our practice and training.