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Parents often are important advocates for their children. Advocacy is also an important part of developing leadership skills in young adults who are deaf-blind.

Advocating for Your Child's Needs

Deafblindness: Educational Service Guidelines

Developing an Effective IEP for Children with Deaf-Blindness: A Parent Mini-Guide

Educational Services Guidelines: The Evaluation Process Fact Sheet

Evaluation of Children with Deaf-Blindness: A Parent Mini-Guide

IEP Meeting Checklist

Journey to Becoming a Parent Advocate

National Technical Assistance Initiative: Activities Related to Family Engagement

One Dad’s Nuts and Bolts of Advocacy on the State Level

Research and Effective Practice Supporting Family Engagement Actvities

Transition to Adult Life for Youth with Deaf-Blindness: A Parent Mini-Guide

Working Together for Families: State Deaf-Blind Project and Parent Center Collaborations

Advocacy Bibliography

American Association of the Deaf-Blind

DeafBlind Citizens in Action

National Coalition on Deafblindness

State Advisory Panel Tools and Resources

Steve's Rules for Self-Advocacy: Confessions of a Recovered Bureaucrat and Speed Demon

Technical Assistance Alliance for Parent Centers

Turning "Me" to "We"

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