Active Support

Active Support

A UK term of art referring to support from social services that encourages individuals to help themselves maintain their independence and abilities, and encourages those with disabilities to maximise their potential and independence.
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Brother, these people know you, and your active support will bear fruit abundantly.
It will spring to life through a new store experience called Pulse, as well as through the active support of the first global brand advocate, model Lily Cole.
The bills that are in the active support category are closely followed by the Lobbyist and the Committee.
Willing to rent warehouse space and provided active support and training.
in the Progress Report and Strategy Document that Turkey's active support is necessary, implying that insolvability in the island stemmed from the Turkish party, is unacceptable.
Successful advocates are likely to be someone well connected within their own community and who is able to promote Writing on the Wall (WoW) activities, provide active support to people who want to get involved and be a friendly presence during events.
It is also one that demands the full, active support of every member of the community who wishes to live in peace with his or her neighbour.
CTC chairman Sean Taggart said: "Elfyn's election is testament to his keen and active support.
Yes, you can make it happen with the active support of parents, staff and teachers.
Now this may not be true but it would certainly boost the moral of the armed forces if the politicians showed their active support for them.
The active support unit houses 17 high-dependency beds and has been paid for by local fundraising and a grant from the Big Lottery Fund.
In terms of the materials used and the way they were treated, Anecova has benefited from the active support of the Ecole Polytechnique Federale in Lausanne, well-known for its remarkable expertise in this area.