Advocacy is a key component of the services provided by Rehab. The organisation has a long tradition of campaigning for the rights of people with disabilities and working with key influencers on improving services. We support people to make their voices heard, inside and outside of our services.
The National Student Committee has over 2,100 members drawn from National Learning Network centres in 25 counties, whilst the National RehabCare Advocacy Council (NRAC) represents over 3,000 people who use Rehab's health and social care services across the country.
Another way to make people’s voices heard is through submissions to government on polices that impact the people who use our services.