Self Advocacy is Powerful Advocacy

Photo: Access Services, Inc. visits Representative Doyle Heffley

Two of the Principles that guide PAR are to build partnerships with self advocates and families and to position PAR as a resource for everyone.

PAR hosted an Advocacy 101 webinar especially for self-advocates and family members who want to learn how to be more engaged in advocacy. If you missed the presentation, click to download a copy of the slides or to access a recording of the live webinar. Feel free to share!

Here are just a few of the organizations* that PAR collaborates with on policy and other issues vital to autism and intellectual disability services in Pennsylvania:

*If you are a self-advocacy or family group and would like to be listed here, please contact par@par.net or call 717-236-2374.

 

Parent to Parent of Pennsylvania
www.parenttoparent.org 
888-727-2706

Self-Advocates United as 1 (SAU1)
www.sau1.org
8 Hutcheson Way
Greenville, PA 16125
1-877-304-7730
klenkner@sau1.org

Vision for EQuality
www.visionforequality.org
The Cast Iron Building
718 Arch Street, 6N
Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-923-3349
FAX 215-923-8075
TTY 215-923-8898

The Pennsylvania Waiting List Campaign
www.pawaitinglistcampaign.org
4540 Best Station Road
Slatington, PA 18080
610-767-2437
TTY: 215-923-8898 x133
1-877-372-WAIT
info@pawaitinglistcampaign.org