We have been providing advocacy in Glasgow City since 1995. Equal Say is a registered charity and receives funding from The Big Lottery Fund. All our services are free to the people who use them because of our grant funding from our supporters.
We are an independent organisation with our own Board of Management. Our independence means we are loyal only to the people we represent and we strive to be as free as we can from any conflicts of interest.
We cover Glasgow City’s boundaries and can work with any parent with a learning disability in the city.
Equal Say has been around since 1995, we are one the most established advocacy organisations in Scotland...learn more about our history and how we have developed over the years.
Between us the paid staff team at Equal Say have over 57 years experience in representing and pleading a case for people with learning disabilities. We have a wide variety of backgrounds and specialist experience in areas of particular interest to people with disabilities.
Advocacy at its simplest is one person speaking up for another ...find out more here.
We work with adults who have a learning disability in Glasgow and offer two types of advocacy. We recruit and train volunteers and we also employ paid staff who advocate for people.