AAC or Augmentative and Alternative Communication Devices

What is Augmentative and Alternative Communication or AAC and how do we talk with people who use AAC.This presentation was created by: Donnie Denome. They hold a master’s of public health degree, has worked with the Autistic Self Advocacy Network and CommunicationFIRST, and is a member of the SARTAC Advisory committee. Cole Sorensen has a…

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What Is The US Census

Join ASAN, SARTAC, and other self advocates to learn about the United States Census.  These resources are about what the census is: what questions it asks, and how you can take the census. Plus, learn why the census is important for people with disabilities. You count, so get counted! There are 3 resources provided: A…

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All About The ADA

The Americans with Disabilities Act (“the ADA” for short) is a law that gives rights to people with disabilities. This webinar will teach you about the different parts of the ADA, and why the ADA is so important! Click here to see a video of this one-hour presentation explaining the ADA.

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A Self-Advocate’s Guide to the Americans with Disabilities Act

The Autistic Self Advocacy Network created an easy to read toolkit explaining the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It is a federal law passed in 1990 that protects the rights of people with disabilities. SARTAC is excited to share this one-of-a-kind resource.  This toolkit includes: To Start (Introduction) Part 1: What is the ADA and…

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Follow the Money: The U.S. Budget and You

Every year, the U.S. government makes a budget. The federal budget decides how much money to spend on important things like Medicaid, roads to drive on, good schools, clean water, services for people with disabilities, and much more. It’s important for self-advocates to understand how the federal budget gets made—so we can advocate for a…

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