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Advocacy Services


Advocacy for people with disability can be defined as speaking, acting or writing with minimal conflict of interest on behalf of the interests of a disadvantaged person or group, in order to promote, protect and defend the welfare of and justice for either the person or group by:

  • Acting in a partisan manner (i.e. being on their side and no one else's);

  • Being primarily concerned with their fundamental needs;

  • Remaining loyal and accountable to them in a way which is empathic and vigorous(whilst respecting the rights of others); and

  • Ensuring duty of care at all times.

Our Individual and Group Advocacy Services are provided by Advocates who stand up for the rights of a person with disability and helps sort out their complaint, issue or problem. Our advocates take direction from the person with disability, keeps their issues and information private and confidential and only releases information with permission from the person. Advocacy support can include going to meetings with or for the person, writing letters, making phone calls or assisting them to lodge complaints. The Inclusive Movements Individual and Group Advocacy Advocates are available to resolve issues and improve the quality of life for people with disability.

Our Individual & Group Advocacy Services are

  • non-legal,

  • issue-based,

  • short to medium term,

  • to people with disability who have serious and urgent issues and

  • also provides information to people with disability about how to advocate for themselves.


Although many people with disability may require the support from a Disability Advocate at some point in their life, there are certain areas our advocates have more experience in then others. The Inclusive Movement specialises in Disability Advocacy for 

- Children aged 0-17 years

- Education
- Communication needs

- NDIS, including access requests, plan reviews and appeals
- Neurodevelopmental Disabilities



We put you at the centre of decision making.

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