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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.Read More
Sex Talk for Self-Advocates Webinar #7: Marriage was recorded on August 12, 2020. Our expert hosts of sexuality educators and self-advocates invited a panel to discuss questions and topics related to marriage for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. This webinar is part of an on-going series that addresses self-advocate questions about relationships and sexuality.…Read More
The song “Mail Your Vote, Everybody”, from Minnesota-based ACT Center for Disability Leadership https://www.selfadvocacy.org/, is part of our effort to help people with developmental and intellectual disabilities to vote-by-mail in the November 2020 election. “Mail Your Vote, Everybody” was written by Bret Hesla on commission for the ACT Center. The singers all Zoom-recorded themselves; after…Read More
Jeffrey Johnson lives in Missouri and completed a SARTAC Fellwoship in 2020. Jeff created a resource guide on Confronting Segregated Education and the School to Prison Pipeline. This guide helps families to advocate for their child’s education and treatment. The School To Prison Pipeline happens when a student’s behavior results in the involvement of law…Read More
Christinne Rudd is a self advocate from Florida and is a 2019-2020 SARTAC Fellow. Christinne’s project researched different ways self-advocacy groups can raise money to keep operating and supporting self-advocacy. She created a toolkit on which potential funding sources could be useful for self-advocacy networks.Read More