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By Neil Bateman

So much execs operating in overall healthiness or social care are required to behave as advocates as a part of their paintings. A social employee probably want to receive more money or a selected provider for a consumer; a housing authentic might have to assist a tenant whose profit has been not on time through a neighborhood authority; a voluntary physique may perhaps choose to problem a press release of distinct schooling wishes for a kid. this can be a sensible consultant to advocacy talents particularly written for these within the wellbeing and fitness and social care professions. the writer examines the functionality of advocacy inside of those professions and the way to interview, negotiate and self-manage effectively. He offers a constitution for advocacy, a consultant to the moral implication and recommendation on litigation and felony concerns.

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If the advocate does charge, this entails accountability. People will be reluctant to part with their money unless they can see some worthwhile result and that an acceptable service has been provided. However, this is not an argument for introducing charges for advice-giving by welfare professionals. Levying a charge will not, by itself, guarantee accountability: witness the millions of dissatisfied customers of the private sector travel agents who book the wrong holiday, solicitors who over-charge, builders who do shoddy work, garages that misrepair cars, estate agents who mislead, shops that sell defective goods and refuse refunds, etc.

32 ADVOCACY SKILLS FOR HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE PROFESSIONALS This naturally meant that they developed skills in welfare rights work and used the rules to obtain substantial improvements for those on low incomes who had previously not been able to enforce their rights. With poverty being the cause of much social and health dysfunction, anyone working in this field needs to have an understanding of the role that poverty and inequality plays in people’s lives. The past two decades have witnessed a disturbing growth in poverty levels – both absolute and relative.

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