How Do We Do This?
When you contact us with a request, there are two ways that UISCE can support you:
UISCE can advocate on your behalf —this means making phone calls, writing letters/complaints, attending meetings, etc. We always make sure that everything that we communicate on your behalf accurately expresses your thoughts and concerns and that we have your consent to do so.
UISCE can support you to self-advocate —this means that we support you to identify who to contact regarding your situation and also we can work with you on the communication (letter, phone call) or we can attend a meeting with you if you need us there.
Remember, UISCE will never communicate with anybody on your behalf without your consent. We are not here to make decisions for you, we are here to ensure YOUR voice is heard.