- Where can individuals seek advocacy resources related to autism?
- How can individuals become better advocates for IEP meetings?
- Where can individuals access a clearinghouse of disability related information including advocacy?
- Where can individuals seek assistance when denied access to services?
- Where can families of children with emotional and behavioral issues find support?
- Where can individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities access advocacy services to become more empowered?
If you are looking for answers to these questions and more, please come to the next Pathfinder Education Series. Speakers will discuss services their agencies provide related to advocacy services in the East Tennessee community.
Registration is required.
For service providers and family members in East Tennessee.
- Tennessee Disability Pathfinder
- Autism Society of America, East Tennessee Chapter (ASA-ETC)
- East Tennessee State University’s Families and Siblings United
For more information, call (615) 875-5082 or email email@example.com.
Training is free of charge.
Megan Hart, M.Ed., (615) 875-5082
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