The Young Persons Charter sets your rights as a service user of our service. You have the right to:

  • have your social, emotional, psychological and physical needs met wherever possible
  • participate fully in the formulation and review of your individual support plan
  • have access to community facilities including health care, education and leisure
  • live in an environment that enables you to reach your potential
  • be consulted on any aspect of your care, support, or environment that will affect your life
  • be treated in a manner that retains your dignity and privacy
  • complain about any aspect of your support service
  • make your own choices, even if that involves an element of risk
  • exercise all your civil and natural rights
  • maintain family, friends and personal contacts
  • have access to your personal file
  • take responsibility for your own personal affairs
  • be treated as an individual
  • have an advocate of your choice