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MASS advocates across all areas. Their work includes:
- special projects
- individual self-advocacy
The Self-Advocacy Leadership Series (SALS) is an eight-class series. Classes focus on the fundamentals of leadership. The SALS is designed for young adults with ID/DD between the ages 17-22. It is also available for older adult groups. Classes are taught by a self-advocate peer trainer.
You Will Learn About:
- DDS Eligibility Of Services
- DDS Definitions For Eligibility Of Services
- After The Eligibility Decision
The AIM: Teen & Young Adult Program, also known as just ‘AIM’, is for 13 to 22 year olds and their families. We get together during the school year to have fun, meet peers, and learn new things!
Offers a 6-month internship to provide an adult with Down syndrome, age 22 or older, the chance to work in the MDSC Burlington office on a project of their choosing.
For our adults with Down syndrome and their friends and families, MDSC offer quarterly programming called ‘SAAC’ events. Ideas for SAAC events come from adults with Down syndrome in the MDSC community. Events are planned by Self-Advocate Advisory Council members.
Arc of Opportunity’s Self-Advocacy group is led by individuals with disabilities from within this organization and without.
Building Bridges is an organized Self-Advocacy Group. Group is facilitated by CoHF staff and comprised of individuals with disabilities.
The SASSY PROGRAM will engage Autistic and Typical teens and young adults ages to express and interact with each other developing social skills through weekly activities such as:
- Social Skills Development
- Health and Fitness
- Daily Living Skills
- Emotional Development
- Life Skills
- Job Readiness Skills
The Community Advocates Board (CAB) is a self advocacy group comprised of individuals served in Beaverbrook STEP’s programs and services.
Watch City Self-advocates is a program of Opportunities for Inclusion. Mission is to empower self-advocates through education. Sslf-advocates can make choices that improve and enrich their lives.
The United Arc sponsors self-advocacy groups which offer peer support, leadership development, social events and learning opportunities for adults with intellectual or other developmental disabilities.