Everyone can be an advocate, whether for an individual patient or for policy changes. Patients and families should be encouraged as self-advocates and given relevant resources to do so.
Know Your Rights
It is important to understand that people with disabilities have rights, which vary by country. In...
Providers can advocate for new laws to be passed through Legislative Advocacy at various levels of...
Diagnosis Specific Advocacy & Resources
Groups specific to certain diagnoses allow community members and providers to join for the advocacy...
How to Qualify for Disability Benefits
Parents would do anything to help protect and care for their children, and when your child has a...
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