We publish a newsletter every 3 months, with information about things of interest to people we work with. We do an edition for the Mornington Peninsula/Frankston/Casey area and one for the inner southern suburbs of Melbourne.
Accessing Southern Disability Advocacy Services & Explaining Advocacy
This explains how we decide who we provide advocacy for:
This explains what advocacy is:
Information we need when people want advocacy
This sheet helps you think about why you want advocacy from Southern Disability Advocacy:
This summarises the information people need to know when we are working with them:
If you weren’t happy with something Southern Disability Advocacy did, you can use the Complaint Form and the Complaint Handbook to make a complaint:
Privacy Collection Statement
This explains the information we collect to work with you and how we keep it private:
These are the rules of how our organisation runs:
We publish an Annual Report every year to summarise the work we have done:
Annual General Meeting
Every year in October we hold an Annual General Meeting in October, to summarise our work. Everyone is welcome to attend.
We work with people with all disabilities who are residents of Cities of Port Phillip, Stonnington, Bayside, Glen Eira, Kingston, Casey, Frankston & the Shire of Mornington Peninsula.