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Point of Access: Accessing College for Nonspeaking Autistics Who Use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

Samuel Capozzi is a self-advocate from California and is a 2018-2019 SARTAC Fellow. Samuel’s project was creating resources for nonspeaking college students who type to communicate. Samuel worked in partnership with the Autism and Communication Center at California Lutheran University and the Self-Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center to develop these Self-Advocacy Leadership and Policy materials. Handouts (download…

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Empowering Advocates through Video

Sorretie Jaro is a self-advocate from Washington and is a 2018-2019 SARTAC Fellow. Sorretie created resources for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities on how to educate legislators. Sorretie worked in partnership with the Washington Office of Developmental Disabilities Ombuds and the Self-Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center to develop these Self-Advocacy Leadership and Policy resources.…

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Resources for Self-Advocates, Families and Allies About Coming Out

Thomas Caswell is a self-advocate from Vermont and is a 2018-2019 SARTAC Fellow. Thomas’ project created resources for youth and adults with developmental disabilities coming out as lesbian, gay or bisexual. He also researched and is recommending other resources geared toward self-advocates, their families and allies. Thomas worked in partnership with Champlain Community Services and…

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Invisible No More – Using Strong Relationships to Improve Policy

Kevin Greenstein is a self-advocate from New York and is a 2018-2019 SARTAC Fellow. Kevin created resources for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities on how to speak up about issues that are important to us when partnering with policymakers. Kevin worked in partnership with the Self Advocacy Association of New York State and the…

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Starting the Conversation: A toolkit for self-advocates to talk about sexual violence in their community

Kelsey Cowley is a self-advocate from Indiana and is a 2018-2019 SARTAC Fellow. Kelsey’s project was creating a toolkit for and about people with intellectual and developmental disabilities recognizing and responding to violence. Kelsey worked in partnership with the Self-Advocates of Indiana and Self-Advocacy Resource and Technical Assistance Center to develop these Self-Advocacy Leadership and Policy materials.

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