Advocacy Stories

21 February, 2013

Catherine Grimes

My name is Catherine Grimes. I was referred to Ceartas by my Support Worker from EDAMH (East Dunbartonshire Association for Mental Health) as I was experiencing […]
21 February, 2013
Ceartas Champion

John McLaren

My name is John McLaren and I was referred to Ceartas back in 2008 by my advocacy worker from another project. At that time I was […]
21 February, 2013

Anne Camps

My name is Anne Camps and I first became aware of Ceartas when my husband was in hospital. He was in for knee surgery but suffered […]
21 February, 2013

George Camps

My name is George and I became aware of Ceartas following an admission to hospital. I was in hospital having a knee operation and suffered a […]
21 February, 2013
Advocacy Work

Nicola Williamson

My name is Nicola Williamson and I have been involved with Ceartas for about four years now. Due to extremely difficult circumstances I had to move […]
21 February, 2013

Lyndsey Macdonald: Advocacy Worker

Christine was referred to our service as there were concerns over her future care needs. Social Work felt Christine required 24 hour care but her family […]
21 February, 2013

Sharon Bairden: Services Manager

Ceartas is the Gaelic word for fairness, equality and justice which is what we aim to promote as we work across East Dunbartonshire. Our advocacy workers […]