Advising Through Self-Determination — An Information Guide for Advisors

Institute for Human Development / University of Missouri-Kansas City and Institute on Disability and Human Development / University of Illinois at Chicago (2012) 

This guide focuses on the basic elements of advising a self-advocacy group by promoting self-determination providing information about disability, advocacy, and self-determination. Also discussed are the traits of effective advisors, the variety of roles that an advisor can play, and the ways that advisors can understand and navigate disability systems.

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