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New Voices: Self Advocacy by Persons with Disabilities epub

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New Voices: Self Advocacy by Persons with Disabilities epub

ISBN: 1571290044

ISBN13: 978-1571290045

Author: Brookline Books/Lumen Editions

Category: Social Sciences

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Brookline Books/Lumen Editions (January 26, 1999)

Pages: 273 pages

ePUB book: 1807 kb

FB2 book: 1205 kb

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He has co-authored three previous books on adolescents and adults with learning disabilities including, "Exceeding Expectations . New Voices: Self-Advocacy by People With Disabilities. Brookline Books/Lume. aperback.

He has co-authored three previous books on adolescents and adults with learning disabilities including, "Exceeding Expectations: Successful Adults with Learning Disabilities," which was selected by the American Library Association as a Top 20 LD resource.

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New voices: Self-advocacy by people with disabilities (reprint e. Cambridge, MA: Brookline Books. ISBN 978-1-57129-004-5. This book includes many chapters written by self-advocates concerning the self-advocacy movement, and provides a historical perspective, as well as reflections on the current status and future course of the movement. International League of Societies for Persons with Mental Handicap (1996). The Beliefs, Values, and Principles of Self-Advocacy. ISBN 978-1-57129-022-9.

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Self-advocacy is intended to create the interest and action by another person to assist . 1996) New voices: Self-advocacy by people with disabilities.

Self-advocacy is intended to create the interest and action by another person to assist the person in resolving the specific problem. Thus, a person might be self-advocating to an individual (such as directly to a nurse or doctor), to an institution (such as a hospital, clinic, or agency), or to a company or organized body (such as an insurance company or a State/Federal agency.

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This book portrays the origins, current status, and future course of the self-advocacy movement by persons with disabilities in the West.