Advocacy for autistic adults is the taking of action to help vulnerable autistic people say what they need and want, to secure each of their individual rights, represent their best interests and welfare and to enable them to access the services they need.
Advocates are often the people we know, who will listen and help individuals to be heard and in turn listened to.
Sarah, our Neurodevelopmental Social Worker and Mike, Peer Support Practitioner will discuss ways you can advocate for autistic adults, including the legalities which are in place.
This webinar is aimed at parents/carers and family members of autistic individuals and support workers who are actively working alongside autistic individuals.
Once purchased, this recording will be available to watch for 14 days.