Self-Advocacy Skills and Self-Determination: Key Considerations for Higher Education Faculty

Provides background on actions faculty can take to help students with disabilities develop the self-advocacy skills and self-determination they need to be successful. Effective self-advocacy skills and self-determination are necessary for all students graduating from post-secondary education, but even more essential for those with disabilities.

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