(2012) | Still useful to Parent Centers and others for sharing with youth with disabilities.
Speaking directly to young adults with disabilities, this resource defines self-advocacy, describes why it’s important, and suggests 4 steps to becoming a stronger self-advocate. This resource is youth-friendly, brief, and to the point. While the publication is older, it still speaks accurately to youth on this topic.
SOURCE ARTICLE: Center for Parent Information and Resources
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