Self-advocacy for People with Learning Disabilities: A Guide for Adult Literacy Educators

This resource for adult literacy practitioners provides an introduction to self-advocacy. It includes a collection of tools and worksheets to help adults with learning disabilities identify and develop their unique strengths and advocacy skills.

This was created by Shelley Hourston as part of the Learning Disabilities & Whole Life Learning project.

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