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ILS Lunchtime Webinar - Let’s Learn About The Alliance and Self-Advocacy! - Shared screen with speaker view
Krescene Beck (she/her)
14:02
http://selfadvocacyalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Pieces-of-the-Self-Advocacy-Puzzle-1.pdfhttp://selfadvocacyalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Its-My-Right-DHS-Rights-Accessible-Version-June-2017.pdfhttp://selfadvocacyalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Culture-of-Self-Advocacy-An-Illinois-Voices-Environmental-Checklist-January-2020.pdf
Jinny Davis
17:22
Yay! πŸ˜€
Katherine Hamann
17:40
Hi, Krescene and Adam!
Arc Webinar
18:44
For close captioningThe English StreamText link is: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=ILARCThe Spanish StreamText link will be: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=ILARC&language=es
Suzanne S Aaron
22:41
www.selfadvocacyalliance.org
Joshua With
26:41
Sharing about things that are important to you & making choices for your life
Violet Wiker
26:49
sharing yourself with others
Alicia Hann
26:54
Being brave to ask questions.
Carolina Policarpo
26:55
telling others what my preferences are
Janet Larson
30:07
living arrangements
Jinny Davis
30:12
Self advocacy includes explaining what services and supports are essential for any person with a disability to access , regardless of functioning level, in order to have a quality life.
Brittany King
30:13
Any and everything
Joshua With
30:18
Ways that I want to be helped/help others
Jasmine Hinderliter
30:22
ourselves
Carolina Policarpo
30:30
my rights
Jasmine Hinderliter
30:30
our rights
Erica Stearns
32:45
The English StreamText link is: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=ILARCThe Spanish StreamText link will be: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=ILARC&language=es
Janet Larson
32:55
Microboards
Jasmine Hinderliter
33:04
write it down
Joshua With
33:15
Getting to know legislators
Katherine Hamann
33:16
Meetings
Jasmine Hinderliter
33:17
go to someone you trust who can help speak up
Arc Webinar
33:27
making a call
Jinny Davis
33:55
I prefer to speak up and speak out on zoom, because I need extra processing time and I need live transcription to help understand what people are communicating.
Janet Larson
35:18
Self
Jasmine Hinderliter
35:24
yourself or someone you care about
Carolina Policarpo
35:26
my children
Jinny Davis
35:30
I speak up and speak out for those who cannot.
Brittany King
35:48
start with you and you can help others.
Arc Webinar
35:59
http://selfadvocacyalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Pieces-of-the-Self-Advocacy-Puzzle-1.pdfhttp://selfadvocacyalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Its-My-Right-DHS-Rights-Accessible-Version-June-2017.pdfhttp://selfadvocacyalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Culture-of-Self-Advocacy-An-Illinois-Voices-Environmental-Checklist-January-2020.pdf
Jinny Davis
36:39
My big mouth speaks up just fine, I would rather use it to help more than just me.
Alysha
36:44
a way to speak up for yourself or others who are disabled by telling you know and trust what you feel and things that are going on
Janet Larson
37:28
Employers
Erica Stearns
37:50
Case workers/service providers
Jasmine Hinderliter
37:53
friends, family, staff, caretakers, governor
Alysha
37:55
your family or staff
Carolina Policarpo
37:56
teachers or case manager during an IEP meeting
Joshua With
37:58
Your friends and family
Jinny Davis
38:16
Anyone who will listen.
Joshua With
38:55
Ooh, yes, medical team - very important for self-advocacy
Alysha
39:04
people who can relate to what your going through
Jinny Davis
39:39
everywhere
Jasmine Hinderliter
40:02
at work, when anything happens you feel need advocacy
Alysha
40:10
anyone
Arc Webinar
40:15
a public meeting or rally
Carolina Policarpo
40:25
At the Disability Access Center when requesting accommodations for college/post-secondary education
Arc Webinar
44:13
to make a change
Jinny Davis
44:16
So people don't take advantage of you.
Janet Larson
44:19
To make choices that are important to me
Joshua With
44:21
To live the life that you want
Carolina Policarpo
44:22
to be heard and be part of my community
Jasmine Hinderliter
44:29
to get your needs met
Jasmine Hinderliter
44:33
to be included
Joshua With
44:54
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Arc Webinar
45:38
Feel free to put questions in the Q&A box
Arc Webinar
46:21
http://selfadvocacyalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Pieces-of-the-Self-Advocacy-Puzzle-1.pdfhttp://selfadvocacyalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Its-My-Right-DHS-Rights-Accessible-Version-June-2017.pdfhttp://selfadvocacyalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Culture-of-Self-Advocacy-An-Illinois-Voices-Environmental-Checklist-January-2020.pdf
Joshua With
46:48
The checklist looks like an amazing tool!
Jonathan Steinfort
51:04
day program
Jinny Davis
54:11
My day program is all about compliance. I wish they did empower us more.
Joshua With
01:04:24
No questions, but I want to thank Adam, Krescene and everyone else at the Alliance! You are doing great and important work!
Kristen Hudak
01:05:24
Thank you all for your time! We lost audio right at the end due to some internet issues but the rest of it was super informative!
Janet Larson
01:08:02
Are there fees involved in creating an advocacy group?
Joshua With
01:08:31
Would the Alliance or Arc of IL host some talkback sessions regarding CILAs and SODCs?
Donna Gruber
01:10:22
Thank you so much!! So helpful!!!
Janet Larson
01:10:53
Thank you all for the helpful and inspiring information.