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We believe that it’s important for individuals and families to maintain control of their lives and not be subject to passive supports. We encourage people with disability and their families to be the authors of their own lives.
Advocacy and self-advocacy can be difficult. We believe in the importance of pushing boundaries rather than accepting the status quo. We encourage individuals and families to take measured risks, step outside comfort zones and develop strategies when others are not able to see the possibilities and opportunities.
It’s important to learn about your rights and to have the courage to speak up when these rights are not being upheld.
Resources About Advocacy and Human Rights
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Supported Decision Making and the NDIS
Learn about the supports needed to ensure people are involved in making decisionsSupported Decision Making and the NDIS.Learn more
Advocacy for people with disability
Bob Lee and John Armstrong discuss advocacy for vulnerable peopleAdvocacy for people with disability.Learn more