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Self-Advocacy Online & Research Translation: Fuller Participation for

Individuals with ID/DD NCEDC Webinar Series

August 29, 2013

Webinar Overview

Introductions Presentation Q & A after presentation

You can ask a question by pressing the then # key to request the floor. Questions will be answered in the order they are received.

You can also submit any questions throughout the webinar via the Chat box below the slides.

The moderator will read the questions after the presentations. Survey

Please complete our short survey to give us feedback for the next webinar!

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NCEDC

National Community Education Directors Council

Amy Sharp, PhD, Council Chair

Presenters

John Smith is a Project Coordinator and researcher at the Research and Training Center on Community Living. As a person with a disability he has a strong professional and personal interest in programs and initiatives directed to the development of the capacities related to self-determination and self-advocacy among persons with disabilities, and also the social inclusion of persons with disabilities. John has also managed several research and program evaluation projects related to the development of self-determination and self-advocacy.

Mark Olson is a Project Coordinator at the Research and Training Center on Community Living where he writes curriculum and provides training to people who provide direct support. Throughout his career he has provided service to people with disabilities in recreation and inclusion, residential and daily living skills, vocational skills and advocacy. In addition he has worked in frontline management in the non-profit industry. His key policy interests include health care, disability, education, workforce recognition and development, civic engagement, human rights and the environment.

Hunter Sargent is a Native American man who is a life-long resident of Minneapolis. He is also a person with a developmental disability called Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. Hunter is a dynamic public speaker and has advocated on behalf of all people with disabilities, working with The Arc and People First groups in Minnesota. Hunter recently wrote and recorded a rap called "Stop Bullying."

Webinar sponsored by AUCD August 29, 2013 Mark Olson, John Smith, Hunter Sargent

PresenterPresentation NotesA decade ago, most information about self-advocacy was not easily accessible to self-advocates. Much of it was in three-ring binders and not easily used. The Internet has certainly made it easier to share information. However, the process of making information accessible translating knowledge into usable, concrete information, take a lot of work.

PresenterPresentation Notes(Hunter)As a public speaker on FASD and self-advocacy, I need good tools. The Internet really helps me reach a lot of people. And as a self-advocate this website has been great, giving me access to good information and other opinions.

Self-Advocacy Online evolved from lessons learned on other projects at the Research and Training Center on Community Living, including the College of Direct Support and Quality Mall. Beyond research, our center has expertise in curriculum design, web development, media production, and content delivery.

PresenterPresentation NotesDevelopment of Self-Advocacy Online evolved from lessons learned on other projects at the Research and Training Center on Community Living the College of Direct Support and Quality Mall. Through these projects we developed considerable expertise in curriculum design, web development, media production, and content delivery. With these and other projects, however, we felt we were not addressing the learning styles of man self-advocates.

PresenterPresentation NotesToday we are going to provide an overview of the website and cover the key areas: finding and listing self-advocacy groups,

PresenterPresentation Notesa video story wall,

PresenterPresentation Notesa video story wall,

PresenterPresentation Notesand accessible research studies.

PresenterPresentation NotesLets visit the website

Read report/article deeply Select one or more key questions that capture what the research

was about Determine which information will be of greatest interest and use

to self-advocates Select key information from the report that answers each

question Refine wording to make information clear and easy to understand Create graphics and media Convert to HTML format and share with report authors

Steps in Knowledge Translation

Q & A

How to Ask a Question You can ask a question by pressing the

then # key to request the floor. Questions will be answered in the order they are received.

Type your questions into the Chat box below the slides and the moderator will read the questions.

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THANK YOU

Visit the Websites AUCD Website: http://www.aucd.org National Community Education Directors Council (NCEDC)Website:

http://www.aucd.org/template/page.cfm?id=52

Questions about the NCEDC? NCEDC Steering Committee Members: Amy Sharp: sharp@tamu.edu Dawn Rudolph: drudolph@aucd.org

Please take a few minutes to complete our survey!

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