Help – Advocacy

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Find a Disability Advocacy Organisation

Click here for the Disability Advocacy Finder

The NDAP finder above above gives you quick access to all the advocay agencies represented under the National Disability Advocacy program (NDAP). These are Commonwealth funded organisations that provide advocacy services to people with disability. The aim of all NDAP agencies is to provide people with disability, access to disability advocacy that promotes, protects and ensures their full and equal enjoyment of all human rights enabling community participation.


Disability Advocacy Network Australia

DANA is a network of other organisations throughout Australia that undertakes or provides individual advocacy, systemic advocacy, self-advocacy, citizen advocacy, legal advocacy or family advocacy. To find an advocacy centre near you, please click on the link:


Legalpedia is an online database operated by LawRight. It contains fact sheets, information and links to advocacy groups.

Older Persons Advocacy Network

OPAN is a national network of advocacy organisations to assist you with understanding your rights and responsibilities about aged care.

To find out more about the Older Persons Advocacy Network organisation in your state/territory visit:
Each state also operates an information and advice line available between 8am-8pm Monday to Friday. Free Call: 1800 700 600. Your call will be answered in each state by the Older Persons Advocacy Network organisation in your state/territory.