Encouraging Self-Advocacy for your students
As you know, helping our children/students to continually improve their self-advocacy skills is vitally important. If you are looking for a simple tool to help, please go to An Educational Journey from Self-Discovery to Advocacy. This handbook was revised by the Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center, Inc. (CPAC) in partnership with the Connecticut State Department of Education, Bureau of Special Education, and Transition Consulting, LLC. Funding was provided by the Connecticut Bureau of Rehabilitation Services.
- Chapter 1 – Disability Awareness
- Chapter 2 – Learning to Self-Advocate
- Chapter 3 – Transition: Career Planning and Community Connections
- Chapter 4- Participating in Planning and Placement Team (PPT) Meetings
- Chapter 5- Resources
Chapter 2 – Learning to Self-Advocate has some very user friendly ideas that can be easily used in the classroom. Know that you can use any or all of these pages as a stand-alone item or done as the entire chapter.
Please remember to continually encourage your students to learn to speak up for themselves, as this will be a skill that will help them be as successful as they can be throughout their lives.