Issue #49 - "How To" Series

Self-Advocacy for Youth and Young Adults with Disabilities: 15 Tips for Self-Advocates

This issue of NASET’s How To series focuses on self-advocacy for youth and young adults with disabilities. Youth and young adults with disabilities may need services and supports to reach their goals. This often means communicating with agencies and systems that offer services to people with disabilities. It can also mean attending meetings and advocating for themselves. This fact sheet, written by Disability Rights California, includes tips to help youth prepare for meetings, develop a service plan, and resolve conflicts that may arise in the process.

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