Lesson 1.3: Self Advocacy

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> Extract from video provided with permission from the Department of Social Services. In summary, self advocacy is undertaken by someone with disability who speaks up for and represents themselves. Support and training for self-advocacy is available through independent advocacy organisations and community-based groups.  The Self Advocacy Resource Unit (SARU), has a range of resources and … Continued

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