New website provides training, resources to advocate for inclusive education
Families and students who have an intellectual disability have a new online resource at their disposal when it comes to education advocacy.
Education Advocacy for Students with a Disability provides training modules and a series of short videos for parents and students that outline the steps and supports needed to access inclusive education. Additional resources include free downloadable fact sheets and relevant links.
The website was produced by ARCH Disability Law Centre, in partnership with Community Living Ontario, Inclusive Education Canada, Partners for Planning, Brockville and District Association for Community Involvement, Brampton Caledon Community Living.
Click here to visit the website.