Host:
Center for Parent Information and Resources (CPIR)

Presenters:
Lisa Küpper
Product Development Coordinator, CPIR

Dr. Josie Badger
PEAL Center Youth Development Director
RAISE Center Co-Director
#IWantToWork Campaign Manager

Summary:

Supporting youth with disabilities in becoming effective self-advocates is one of the current priorities of Parent Centers. What, exactly, does that mean, and what does it involve?

This webinar explores the resources available to help youth with disabilities build their self-advocacy skills. These include training materials that Parent Centers can use when working with youth and their families. The discussion of resources revolves around those listed in the priority page of the CPIR’s called Best Practices in Self-Advocacy Skill Building.

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Handout | Building the Self-Advocacy Skills of Youth with Disabilities: Requirements as stated in the 2015 Application Package for Parent Centers
This handout repeats the verbatim requirements stated in the Request for Proposal (RFP) published by OSEP for the 2015 competition of PTIs with respect to building the capacity of youth with disabilities to be effective self-advocates.

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Slide from the webinar saying that Self-Advocacy Skill Building is a priority for Parent Centers.

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