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This podcast series--by and for self-advocates--touches on many topics relevant to individuals with disabilities.
Packet that provides a list of actions that are grounds for petitioning the Clerk for removal and replacement of the ward’s guardian.
Hosts Billy Pickens and Mayia Warren discuss their individual experiences with interdependence.
Parents Helping Parents supports, educates, and inspires families and the community to build bright futures for youth and adults with special needs.
A brochure with information about what sexual self-advocacy means.
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.
We offer a series of live, online workshops, typically, 90 minutes long to explore a wide range of topics related to sexuality and developmental disabilities.
A parent hosted podcast brings on expert guests to talk about and provide guidance for high school individuals with disabilities transitioning to college and postsecondary programs
Information about the steps to take if you have been declared incompetent and think your competency should be restored.
A resource with information on the qualifications and steps for removing a guardian.
Sample letters to request housing accommodations and healthcare provider verification request letters.
Sample letter to request accommodation / academic adjustment during college.
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.
A podcast that shines a light on the ever growing Medicaid waitlist and unmet needs of people with intellectual and/other developmental disabilities in North Carolina.
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