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Distinguish when Independent Advocacy can and cannot help.
An advocate might help you access information you need, or go with you to meetings or interviews, in a supportive role. In some cases, you might want your advocate to be more active. [ An advocate might write letters on your behalf, or speak for you in situations where you don’t feel able to speak for yourself. ]
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