Advocacy is inevitable if you love or care about someone with a developmental disability. Parents advocate for the well-being of their children, regardless of whether or not they have a disability, but the inevitability of advocacy is especially true when parents share a desire for an inclusive life for their son or daughter with developmental disabilities. Advocacy benefits our community and society as a whole. Taking action improves the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and sustains positive life circumstances, creating a better community for all! Join us on February 25th from 7pm to 9pm for our Advocacy 101 workshop via Zoom. We will be discussing the “why” and “how” of effective advocacy, followed by the opportunity for further conversation on advocacy in relation to provincial systems in both Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Stacey Andrews – Senior Advocate, Inclusion Lloydminster
Billie Jack – Provincial Director of Advocacy and Community Engagement, Inclusion Alberta
RSVP by Monday, February 22nd to Melissa Almond on (306) 825-5918 or firstname.lastname@example.org