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Links to Videos and Resources Shared During SARTAC Zoom Meetings

April 8, 2021 – Plain Language Learn how your self-advocacy group can make plain language materials Click here to get the PowerPoint Click here for more information about Plain Language April 1, 2021 – Everyday Artists William C. Brewer III is an artist and long-time fighter for self-advocacy. He is a self-employed artist at Utility…

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The “I” in IEP: Teaching Students to Direct their Individualized Education Program (IEP) Meetings

Ashley Mabry lives in Colorado and completed a SARTAC Fellowship in 2021. Ashley created resources to teach students to be self-advocates in their own Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings. On March 15, 2021, Ashley presented a webinar on her project. March 15, 2021 – Click here to get the presentation handout March 15, 2021 –…

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ABLE Accounts

Chris Blake lives in Connecticut and completed a SARTAC Fellowship in 2021. Chris believes having an ABLE account gives you more freedom and independence, and increases your ability to learn, grow and be your own person. Connecticut created booklets that explain how to choose, set up, and use an ABLE account in your state. On…

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Disabled I AM – Use Photos and Social Media to Talk About Disability Identity

Timotheus “T.J.” Gordon, Jr. lives in Chicago, IL He completed a SARTAC Fellowship in 2021. His project is Disabled I AM. It is a multimedia project where people can use pictures and social media to talk about their disability identity. It creates a discussion on the connection between disability and other identities, like race, gender, and…

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Legislative Advocacy by Self-Advocates in Washington State

These 3 self-advocacy groups work together to educate policymakers on why it is important to self-advocates to eliminate sub-minimum wages for people with disabilities and to close institutions. Here are examples of handouts they created to describe their legislative advocacy.

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