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Advocacy Resource Exchange 

Advocacy Resources Exchange is a national organisation supporting the provision of Independent Advocacy.

One of the features it offers is the online database which helps you to find your local advocacy service.
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Phone icon 07954 259230
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Assist UK 

Assist UK leads a UK wide network of locally-situated Disabled Living Centres.

Most centres include a permanent exhibition of products and equipment that provide people with opportunities to see and try products and equipment and get information and advice from professional staff about what might suit them best.

There are over 325 advisors throughout the network who respond to an average ¼ million enquiries made each year.

Disabled Living Centres also provide a valuable source of information relating to access, design and equipment for daily living. This can be especially useful to carers, older people and healthcare workers, students and manufacturers.

You can find a list of local [Disability Living Centres]( through this site.
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Phone icon 0161 832 9757
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Scope works with disabled people and their families at every stage of their lives.

They offer practical support from information services to education and everyday care.

They challenge assumptions about disability, influence decision makes and show what can be possible.
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Phone icon 0808 800 3333
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Voice is an independent national charity committed to empowering children and young people in care and in need and campaigning for lasting change to improve their lives.

Their main activities are
  • providing an independent and confidential advocacy service for young people via a freephone helpline number 
  •  Visiting advocacy services to children in residential settings 
  • Policy and campaigning work 
  • Investigating Officers and Independent Persons for Children Act complaints 
  • Specialist training programmes for professionals 
  • Participation services
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Phone icon 020 7833 5792 or for Young people 0808 800 5792
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