Advocacy and people with learning disabilities in the UK: how can local funders find value for money?

@article{Rapaport2005AdvocacyAP,
  title={Advocacy and people with learning disabilities in the UK: how can local funders find value for money?},
  author={Joan Rapaport and Jill Manthorpe and Jo Moriarty and Shereen A. Hussein and Jean Collins},
  journal={Journal of intellectual disabilities : JOID},
  year={2005},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={299-319}
}
Advocacy schemes have been established throughout the United Kingdom (UK) but their evaluation by funders is varied. This article reviews the literature in respect of models of evaluation of advocacy schemes for people with learning disability. It discusses the six main models and the issues that arise in evaluation. The advantages and disadvantages of each… CONTINUE READING