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14th October 2020

Sutton Safeguarding Adults Board news item

Advocacy for All

Advocacy for All is totally independent of statutory organisations and all other service delivery and is free from conflict of interest. AfA’s culture supports Advocates to promote their independence with individuals, professionals, and other stakeholders; Advocates will be free from influence and conflict of interest so that they can represent the person for whom they advocate.  ADVOCACY CHARTER

Advocacy for All is a locally-rooted advocacy organisation with a strong history, that exists to give people a voice through one to one advocacy and self-advocacy groups. We believe that Bigger Voices = Better Lives.

Our approach is person-centred, empowering, and rights-focussed. We place a strong value on supporting people to be as independent as possible.

We believe that being fair, valuing diversity, and involving people are extremely important. These are our values.

The quality of our services is important to us and we work hard to make sure that our organisation is the best that it can be.

We have professional staff and volunteers who are approachable, friendly and caring, passionate and inclusive. We work with vulnerable people to give them bigger voices so that they can have better lives.

Our funding comes from a variety of Local Authority contracts, external grants and donations.

 

How to make a referral:

If you are unsure about making a referral you can speak to our referrals team who will assist you in making your referral and check eligibility of your client, we are here to help.

Please refer to this link to access the poster

8th October 2020

Sutton Safeguarding Adults Board news item

Fire work safety

Please assist in sharing this short animated video with friends and family especially in the run-up to Guy Fawkes, Diwali and Halloween.

 

 

8th October 2020

Sutton Safeguarding Adults Board news item

Zero Suicide Alliance

 

This is an excellent training video showing us that suicide is preventable.  This video will take about 20 minutes to view.

https://www.relias.co.uk/hubfs/ZSA-FullTraining-10012020/story_html5.html?utm_source=Mental%20Health%20at%20Work&utm_campaign

7th October 2020

Sutton Safeguarding Adults Board news item

Drive out Cyber Crime

Cyber crime can be prevalent in a number of crime types. A large proportion of the population will have access to devices, have the ability to access the internet. Do the people you engage with know and understand the boundaries? Have you got concerns? Could you be the person who stops that individual going down the wrong route into Cyber Crime?

 

All you need to do is make a referral into us - The Cyber Choices team.  We have an easy to use referral system. Any person, whether that be a police officer, parent, teacher or keyworker has concerns about a specific individual they can refer them to the Cyber Choices team, externally www.met.police.uk/cyberchoices .

 

If you have any questions, please contact Cyber Choices at

Cyberchoices@met.police.uk