Enabling people to have a voice and be heard

We are an independent charity providing advocacy mainly for people with learning disabilities. We help people develop self-advocacy skills and support peer advocates in campaigning for change. Our work enables people to have more control over their lives and to make the changes that they wish to.

Latest News...

SAtA Achieves the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark


We are very pleased to announce that we have been awarded the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM). We aspire to provide the very highest levels of service for the people that we work with and the QPM is a recognition of our achievement of the very high standards that we set for ourselves.

Safe Places in Your Solihull Magazine

Safe Places is an important project that has recently been launched in both Solihull town centre as well as in Chelmsley Wood and we are delighted that the hard work of our Safe Places champions, supported by our staff, has been highlighted in the Spring 2018 edition of Your Solihull magazine. You can download the magazine here.

Awards for All


We are very happy to have been awarded a grant from BIG Lottery Awards for All to expand our Peer Visitor service. The grant will complement our existing work with Solihull MBC and enable us to provide the service to clients who are resident in non-council care homes. We are very grateful to BIG Lottery for supporting this work that was inspired by our Service User Advisory Board.