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The Nationwide Health and Disability Advocacy Service (the Advocacy Service) offers free, independent, and confidential advice and support to help you resolve issues with health and disability services (such as a doctor, occupational therapist, residential care facility, or home support service).

Their advocates can let you know about your rights, answer your questions, and talk through your options for making a complaint.

Advocates can:

  • Help you understand your rights when using health or disability services
  • Listen to your concerns
  • Talk through your options
  • Help you to formulate your complaint and make a complaint
  • Support you while you resolve your issue.

Get support from the Nationwide Health and Disability Advocacy Service (external link)

The Advocacy Service also have self-advocacy resources to help you resolve problems yourself.

Self-advocacy resources from the Advocacy Service (external link)

Last updated on Tuesday, 16 August 2022

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