Speak Up: Improving Youth Quality of Life Using Self-Advocacy Initiatives

Room: Russell - 2nd Floor

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Many youth with complex learning needs and neurological profiles have experienced interventions, environments, and educational practices that have not affirmed their unique characteristics and instead have impacted well-being and quality of life. This discussion will offer strategies for including student-voice into residential programming and includes self-advocacy initiatives incorporating multidisciplinary teams.



Must attend In-Person & Complete Post-test/Session Evaluation

In Person: NASW & Attendance – 1.5 CEs

Virtual LIVE: No certificates – not livestreamed

Virtual Recorded: No certificates – not recorded

Session Evaluation


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