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Self-Advocacy Skill Building The webinar will begin shortly. For Audio: Dial 1-877-512-6886 Conference code: 1825-1825-18 All participant lines will be muted. Center for Parent
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Self-Advocacy Skill Building Thanks for joining us. Were glad youre here. Center for Parent Information & Resources Self-Advocacy Skill Building is
a priority for Parent Centers. To quote from OSEPs recent application package At a minimum, the PTIs must: (a) increase parents capacity to help their children with disabilities improve their early learning, school-aged, and postsecondary outcomes; and (b) increase youth with disabilities capacity to be effective self-advocates.
What more is said in the recent RFPs for PTIs? See the handout for this webinar, online at: http://www.parentcenterhub.org/wp-content/uploads/repo_items/ handout-selfadvocacy.pdf For Parent Centers, supporting youth with disabilities in building their self-advocacy skills includes:
Knowing what youth with disabilities need;
Using best practices to provide training and information to youth with disabilities; For Parent Centers, supporting youth with disabilities in building their self-advocacy skills includes:
Knowing current evidence-based education practices and policy initiatives in self-advocacy; and Working with appropriate partners serving youth with disabilities.
CPIRs Priority Page on Self-Advocacy can help! What is self-advocacy, and why is it important?
Resources for youth themselves Fact sheets, toolkits, and training materials on
self-advocacy Resources in the Parent Center network
Resources in other languages http://www.parentcenterhub.org/repository/priority-selfadvocacy/ Hit the Ground Running Creating Successful Youth Programming Dr. Josie Badger
PEAL Center Youth Development Director Questions? Comments? http://www.parentcenterhub.org/repository/webinar-selfadvocacy/
You can find the slides, helpful handouts, and (very soon) the recording of this webinar on the webpage weve created for this
event. Thank you very much for attending this webinar. Debra Jennings, Project Director [email protected] Lisa Kpper, Product Development
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