SJOG Dublin South East Services | Supporting Rights
We support children and adults with all levels of intellectual disabilities from birth to old age.
St John of God, Saint John of God, Carmona, City Gate, intellectual disability, mental health, Glenageary, Dun Laoghaire, learning disability
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Supporting Rights

Advocacy

In Saint John of God, Dublin South East Services we promote self advocacy with groups of people supported by the service.  We meet regularly to discuss changes and campaigns to improve their lives.  Our Advocacy group is called ‘Voices’.

Human Rights

We also have a Human Rights Committee, with members external to the organisation as well    as from within the service to respect, affirm, promote, and protect the Human Rights of adults to whom we provide services and supports.

carmonahrc@sjog.ie

Severina marching for rights for people with disabilities
Voices Advocacy Group

VOICES

 

   Membership: Open membership to  anyone                                                                                      from the Dublin South East Region

   Chairperson: Revolving Chair

   Meetings:       This group meets monthly.

   Facilitator:     Des North, Adult Services Programme Manager

   Email:             Desmond.North@sjog.ie

   Phone:             01-2852900

     

CHARTER OF RIGHTS

RULES FOR ADVOCACY GROUP

I HAVE THE RIGHT TO A VOICE

I HAVE THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE