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Advocacy in West Berkshire is available to you if you are an older person, a carer, a person with a disability or a mental health illness.
The service will help you to: access information and services, be involved in decisions, explore choices and options, defend and promote your rights, speak out about issues that matter to you and have your voice heard.
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In West Berkshire, seAp delivers Community Advocacy services in partnership with West Berkshire Advocacy (WEBCAS). For people who have a Learning Disability, please use the West Berkshire Advocacy referral form (below).
All other Community Advocacy referrals should use the seAp Community referral form (below).
Services for Health/Care Professionals
If you are a health/care professional and need to make a referral to seAp, please use the forms provided below.
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We need Volunteers - Do you believe advocacy helps ? - Are you a good communicator ?
We are looking for voluneers who can speak to the public and other organisations about our service
Safeguarding Advocate, Trish Maher, on left and Community Advocate, Isabelle Denis.
Do get in touch to find out more about how carers, those with long term conditions, mental health problems or learning difficulties can get help from advocacy to deal with certain situations and to make sure that their voice is heard by service providers.
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Want to know more about how seAp's advocacy services could help you?
Come along to seAp's drop-in at Swanswell Drug and Alcohol Recovery Service, 1 Station Road Newbury on 29th March 10am-12pm.
We are happy to introduce our two new advocates in West Berkshire - Karen Eke, Safeguarding Advocate and Isabelle Denis, Community Advocate - pictured here at an event for Older Carers in Hungerford.
Your Local Authority or Local Healthwatch can also give you advice on who provides local services in your area.