Advocacy to Survivors of Stroke

EARS Advocacy can provide information and help to anyone who has had a Stroke to support them to move on from hospital and access additional services in the community. An advocate can help an individual speak up about concerns, resolves issues, and achieve desired outcomes but supporting someone to write letters, make phone calls, or attend meetings.

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Applicants for this service should also meet this condition:

Survivors of a Stroke

Contact Info. & Service Address

EARS Advocacy Service
14 Ashley Place

Service Contact

Tel: 0131 478 8866

Provider's Name: EARS Independent Advocacy Service (SCIO)

Type: Charity/Voluntary

EARS Independent Advocacy Service (SCIO) provides trained, independent, professional advocacy workers. EARS advocates are independent because they are not employed by any social work department, health board or residential/nursing care home. EARS aims to provide independent advocacy, which will:
  • assist and support you to speak up for themselves – self-advocate
  • ensure that people who cannot speak up for themselves have their voices heard – advocate on behalf of you
  • provide opportunities for you to meet and self-advocate on common issues – collective/group advocacy
  • assist you to achieve their goals and/or to access the services they need or would benefit from
  • provide the information you need to ensure that they can make informed choices and decisions
  • assist you to gain control over their situations and lives
  • protect your rights
EARS also strives to raise awareness of the role of advocacy and the benefit advocacy can have in improving people’s outcomes/lives.

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Service Contact

Tel: 0131 478 8866

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