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Self Advocacy Support

Found 8 resources (displaying 8)

ARC of Oswego County

7 Morrill Place
Fulton, NY

Provides advocacy for individuals with developmental disabilities as well as assistance in being a self advocate.

Advocacy and Accessibility
ARISE Child and Family Service, Inc.

635 James Street
Syracuse, NY

Offers information, education and referral about adaptive equipment, accessibility, disability awareness, ramps and home modifications, medical equipment for loan, and civil rights for people with disabilities.  

Family Support Services (FSS)
Northern Regional Center for Independent Living (NRCIL)

210 Court Street
Suite 107
Watertown, NY

Provides a community-based system of care for families of children with disabilities. Offers both formal and informal services, with an emphasis on self-determination and family control, to help support families with children who have a disability. Offers short-term respite, peer support, advocacy …

Independent Living Program
Northern Regional Center for Independent Living (NRCIL)

210 Court Street
Suite 107
Watertown, NY

Provides a variety of services for people with disabilities in an effort to gain independence. Services include individual advocacy, peer counseling, systems advocacy, benefits planning assistance, education and employment support, ADA consultations, housing search assistance, and media resources.

Self-Advocacy Association of New York State (SANYS)

500 Balltown Road
Building 12
Schenectady, NY

Supports self-advocacy for people with developmental disabilities through presentations, training, and the creation and support of self-advocacy groups.

Self-Advocacy Network
Syracuse University Center on Human Policy

1005 W Fayette Street
Syracuse, NY

Teaches people with disabilities how to advocate for themselves.

Self-Directed Support Services

290 Elwood Davis Road
Suite 101
Liverpool, NY

Offers individuals the opportunity to self-direct and control their services with the help of an advocate.

Saint Lawrence NYSARC

95 Main Street
Canton, NY

Assists individuals ages 15 through 30 with developmental disabilities in setting goals and identifying areas of interest. Areas include self advocacy, meal preparation, chores, money skills, grocery shopping, decision making, self direction, and interpersonal skills.

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