Advocacy and ReviewsAdvocacy
Everyone has access to advocacy. We work closely with advocacy providers to support and promote the voice of the individual and advocate for his or her own rights.
King Street's person-centred approach places considerable emphasis on the continuous monitoring of each person’s progress to identify what works well and what perhaps does not; and to identify any changes that need to be made to their person-centred plan. Each person will have an annual review in which they are centrally involved.
Informal meetings are held between formal reviews to recognise progress and achievements. Families and funding authorities have the opportunity to attend these meetings. Additionally, everybody is supported at their multi-disciplinary core group meetings, if they are able to attend, to review their own plan and targets.
The people who live at King Street, their parents, guardians, foster parents, the funding authority, other key professionals and other parties, including advocates, will be invited to reviews to assess and consider progress, aspirations, achievements and any changes in circumstances or special requests; and to ensure longer term plans and goals are kept in focus and appropriately revised where this may be required.