About MEE SamenEnable citizen participation
Sometimes it's nice to have someone to help you on your way. For example, with questions about parenting, care, housing, learning, work, laws and regulations, friends, relationships, sports or money. Someone who thinks along with you and who knows what is possible. And who, together with you, looks at who or what is needed to move forward.
The MEE consultants know their way around and think along with you. They know a lot about living with a disability. For example, a mild intellectual disability, autism, non-congenital brain injury or a chronic illness. They can give you information or advice. See what options are available to you. Going with you to a conversation. Help you make an application. Looking for the right care or care organization together with you. Or, for example, help you if you are dissatisfied. They don't tell you what to do, that's up to you.
Anyone can use this support for free. Always. For yourself or for someone in your area. No matter how small or big your question is. The right to this free support is also included in the law. This is called 'independent client support'.
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