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What are Self Advocacy Groups?

 


Service Providers

Service Providers

Self advocacy groups are important to service providers because they can:

    - inform and advise on the quality of the services and make them better

    - help with evaluations

    - empower people to express their individual needs
      and be involved in decision making and choice within a service

    - lead to skills development which can support person centred planning

    - support self determination

    - support the ideals expressed in the disability service standards including:

      - Capacity

      - Participation

      - Citizenship

      - Leadership

      - Decision making and choice

      - Participation and integration

      - Valued status

      - Individual needs

  What are Self advocacy groups?
What are
self advocacy
groups
What are the jobs of SARU
What are
the jobs
of SARU
Resources and Information
Resources and
Information
Victorian Self advocacy groups
Victorian
Self advocacy
groups
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