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Links to Videos and Resources Shared During SARTAC Zoom Meetings

October 19, 2020 Melissa Southall described a project on Overcoming Transportation Barriers in Rural West Virginia. Click here for all of Melissa’s resources and a recording of her 10/19/20 presentation. October 15, 2020 Jeff Johnson described a project on confronting  Segregated Education and the School to Prison Pipeline. Click here for all of Jeff’s resources and…

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COVID-19 Plain Language Guidance for Employees with Developmental Disabilities

OSHA means the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. This government office makes rules to keep people safe and healthy at work. OSHA has rules that will protect workers from COVID-19. This booklet uses plain language to describe many of those rules. It includes information and tools to use to make a decision about going out…

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Parent Perspective on Supported Decision Making

Supported Decision Making is a process that leads to self-determination for people with disabilities. Joan McCarty is the parent of John McCarty. Michael Kendrick is the director of initiatives on supported decision-making for Center for Public Representation. Joan and Michael discuss the considerations and issues related to Supported Decision Making for people with disabilities.  …

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Engaging Youth In The Self-Advocacy Movement

Engaging Youth in the Self Advocacy Movement is a Fellowship Project completed by Julian Wang from Colorado. On October 12, 2020, Julian presented a webinar on his project. October 12, 2020 – Click here to get the presentation handout October 12, 2020 – Click here to view a recording of the webinar. Julian conducted a survey…

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Love & Inclusion in the Real World: Podcasts With Families

“Two moms.  One dream.  Love and Inclusion in the Real World.” Love & Inclusion in the Real World is an exploration of inclusion throughout the lifespan, from school to the workplace to community life.  Tena Green & Hettie Hueber hope to expand awareness that inclusion is not just the evidence-based thing to do, but also…

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