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Home Page.

Albertans Advocating for Change Together.

Summit Goals

Strong Self-Advocates.

Accepted as Equals.

Strong Relationships.

Enough Money.

Good Services.

Nice Homes.

Clean Environment.

World Peace.

2009 Summit

What Speakers Said.

Summit Report.

Pictures.

Videos.

Self-Advocacy Help

What is Self-Advocacy?

Learn More.

Groups to Join.

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Here are some websites to help you put Self-Advocacy in Action:

Working Together Toolbox (a PDD Edmonton website in plain words with ways to help you have good meetings)

www.pddtoolbox.org

Plan Your Own Project (a set of pages in plain words to help you do a good job on your project by K. K. Biersdorff Consulting)

My Voice My Turn (a public education project by self-advocates)

www.proudtobedisabled.com

Picture this … film festival

www.ptff.org

Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered (a neat group in the U.S.A.

www.sabeusa.org

Advocating Change Together (ACT) (a site about self-advocacy in the U.S.A.

www.selfadvocacy.com

Speaking for Ourselves (a group of self-advocates in the U.S.A.)

www.speaking.org

Persons with Disabilities Online (a Canadian website for people with disabilities)

www.pwd-online.ca

Active Living Alliance for Canadians with Disabilities (lots of stuff about health)

www.ala.ca

Find your MLA (gives you different ways to find out who represents you in the Alberta legislature)

http://alberta.ca/home/mla_contacts.cfm

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