If you want to know more about your rights when using health and disability services, get questions answered or make a complaint, The Nationwide Health and Disability Advocacy Service can help you to find an independent advocate.
They can also give you some tips on self-advocacy.
Independent advocates also offer education and training for anyone about consumer rights and provider duties. Find an independent advocate located near you, using the button to your left.
Education is a key part of an advocate's role. They provide sessions to consumers about the Code and their rights, as well as to providers about their responsibilities as providers of health and disability services. You can find out more about their education options here.
You can contact an advocate by free phone/fax or by email