San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
Want to learn more about supporting people with disabilities to speak up for themselves?
Gain confidence to support people with disabilities making their own decisions
Recognise when you are supporting self-advocacy and how not to overstep the mark
Gain skills in this emerging contemporary service development
Support people with disabilities to take advantage of the NDIS and self-directed funding
Who: Anyone who wants to support people with disabilities to speak up for themselves: Community and support workers, family members, teachers, coaches, neighbours – you.
In this course you will learn about:
Advocacy, self-advocacy and supported decision making
Skills and strategies to assist people to develop their self-advocacy skills
Human rights for people with disabilities- what are they how do you safeguard them
Balancing duty of care, dignity of risk and self-advocacy
Local resources & information
When & Where
Advocacy for Inclusion
Advocacy for Inclusion is a Disabled Peoples Organisation which means our board, members and staff are a majority of people with disabilities.