Advocacy to Survivors of Stroke

EARS Advocacy can provide information and help to anyone who has had a Stroke within the last 2 years 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 by, for example, supporting someone to write letters, make phone calls, or attend meetings.

Service Categories

Eligibility

Residency:

This service is available to residents of all parts of Edinburgh

Applicants for this service should also meet this condition:

Survivors of a Stroke

Referral

Self Referral

This service accepts direct self referrals.

Contact Info. & Service Address

EARS Advocacy Service
525 Ferry Road
Edinburgh
EH5 2FF

Service Contact

Tel: 0131 478 8866
Email: info@ears-advocacy.org.uk
Website: www.ears-advocacy.org.uk

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

Type: Charity/Voluntary

EARS Independent Advocacy Service (SCIO) is an independent advocacy service that has been providing advocacy to people in Edinburgh and the Lothians since 1999. EARS Independent Advocacy Service (SCIO) services provide conflict-free support. EARS strives to raise awareness of the role of advocacy and the benefit advocacy can have in improving people’s outcomes/lives

Services run by this provider

Service Contact

Tel: 0131 478 8866
Email: info@ears-advocacy.org.uk
Website: www.ears-advocacy.org.uk

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