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Helpful Links

 
 
 
 
 
 
The Connecticut Youth Leadership Project (CT YLP) is a youth
leadership program that empowers youth with disabilities to
realize their leadership potential. Through self-awareness and
team building activities, young adults explore leadership styles
and develop and implement team and personal leadership plans.
 
Our goal is to help youth with disabilities meet the challenges of
the future, overcome obstacles and become leaders so that they
can make a difference in their communities and for others with
disabilities.
 
Karen C. Stigliano
Executive Director CT YLP
Phone: 203-623-2774
E-Mail: kcstig@gmail.com
 
A web-zine of international disability news and views.
 
 
Provides a free, customized research service using the medical library’s print and online resources.  For Connecticut residents initiating reference questions about their health concerns or health concerns of family members is 860/679-4055.  The web page includes links to recommended health websites and resource guides on topics such as Navigating the Health Care System, Caregiving, and Patient Advocacy.
 
Self Advocacy Association of New York State, Inc.
People with Developmental Disabilities Speaking up for Ourselves
 
 
 
Self Advocates As Leaders
An oganization of self-advocates becoming equal partners in pollicy and legislation.
 
Films by, for and about People with Developmental Disabilities
 
 
Inclusion Daily Express News
 
SpecialNeedsStop - Family Resources for Special Needs Kids & Adults
 
 
» Employment Links
 
 
» Self Advocacy Groups
 
ACT (Advocating Change Together)
EMAIL: act@selfadvocacy.org
Advocating Change Together
1821 University Ave W Ste 306S
St. Paul, MN 55104.
ACT Self-Advocacy Resource Network is a clearinghouse for materials and training that support self-advocacy. The ACT Memo is an online memo which provides advocacy training and facilitates a national dialogue among self-advocates and their supporters.
 
 
Connecticut Disability Advocacy Collaborative
The mission of the CT-DAC is to enhance effective disability activism in CT by organizing and empowering individuals, families, groups and organizations.
Contact Person:  Stan Kosloski
Phone: (860) 635-0695
 
CT KASA:  Connecticut Kids As Self Advocates
CT KASA is a national grassworks network of youth with special needs and their friends, speaking on behalf of themselves. 
Address:  CT-KASA, 60-B Weston Street, Hartford, CT 06120-1551
Contact Person:  Heather Northrop (Advisor)
Phone:  (860) 297-4316
TTY:  (860) 297-4380
Fax:  (860) 566-8714
 
 
 
An organization of self-advocates becoming equal partners in policy and legislation
 
The Riot
The Riot is a national E-Newsletter from the Self-Advocate Leadership Network @HSRI.


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