Self-advocates are people with disabilities who speak up for themselves. Sometimes self-advocates speak up to make big changes that affect many people. Other times, self-advocates speak up to make changes in their own lives.
Either way, self-advocates need education and training to take control of their lives. Self-advocates need to learn about leadership, advocacy, and other topics that they choose.
This website shares information about self-advocacy trainings in Massachusetts. Self-advocates can use this information to help them be the best they can be. Please share it with your friends.
You can find trainings in:
- health and safety
- basic self-advocacy
Fact Sheet last updated on: 3/2/2017