Catch Up on the Workability Live and Free Self Advocacy session 

Self Advocacy Webinar Recording 

In this session, learn how to include student voices in developing individualised learning plans and career action plans. Also, this approach sets up the foundations for students to be empowered and has the skills for Post School life; this session will include guest speakers sharing their experiences of advocating and developing those skills.

Facilitated by Department of Educations and Training Workability Project

Panellist Include:

Emma Dewhurst Pronouns: She/They Young Person

Is Hay Pronouns: they/them Facilitator & Advisor, and ‘Together Program Assistant and Peer Facilitator. Youth Disability Advocacy Service

Youssif Assafiri Pronouns: He/Him Project Officer Disability Advocate Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria (ECCV)

Jon Slingsby Pronouns: He/Him Coordinator – Consultations and Self-Advocacy Training VALiD Victorian Advocacy League for Individual With Disability

Gabriela Thompson Pronouns: She/Her Visiting Teacher Physical disabilities/Health/Vision impairments/ASD Brimbank/Melton South Western Victoria Region Department of Education and Training

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By |2022-08-29T04:12:30+00:00September 15th, 2021|Advocacy, Resources, Webinars|Comments Off on Catch Up on the Workability Live and Free Self Advocacy session