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10 tips for self-advocacy for young people with disabilities, by young people with disabilities.
These toolkits focus on the basics of civic engagement. Two toolkits, They Work for Us and Sharing Your Story for a Political Purpose, provide information on who elected officials are and how to have your voice heard to create policy change.
This podcast series--by and for self-advocates--touches on many topics relevant to individuals with disabilities.
A podcast hosted by award-winning self-advocate and motivational speaker, Kenneth Kelty. Kenneth interviews trailblazers and leaders on both national and local levels.
Hosts Billy Pickens and Mayia Warren discuss their individual experiences with interdependence.
In this online workshop, we will learn what works and doesn’t work when trying to pass legislation and give you tips and tools for making laws and mandates a reality in your state.
The Good Day Plan is a simple tool to help you identify the factors that play a role in whether or not you have a good day. It helps you identify a structure or routine that enables you to have a good day.
A resource with information on the qualifications and steps for removing a guardian.
An article with tips geared toward families on how to teach children to share personal information (for safety reasons).
A parent hosted podcast brings on expert guests to talk about and provide guidance for high school individuals with disabilities transitioning to adulthood. Topics include housing, postsecondary education, recreation, financial planning, and more.
A product of the I'm Determined project to help empower individuals with disabilities to make choices about their lives.
Website that consolidates supported decision-making resources at the state level.
Free downloadable tools including a weekly mood tracker, feelings wheel, and introduction to the neurodiversity paradigm handbook.
PACER works to make sure parents and self advocates can find easily find resources that will help them make decisions about education, vocational training, housing, employment and other services
Parents Helping Parents supports, educates, and inspires families and the community to build bright futures for youth and adults with special needs.
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