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Advocating for Your Child with Disabilities: A Guidebook

Advocating for your child with a disabilityThis 26-page booklet outlines, in great detail, what parents of a child with disabilities need to know to advocate for the child. Though the author is based in New Jersey and talks about some issues from that specific state, most of the topics addressed are country-wide. Disabilities are covered broadly rather than discussing vision impairment versus other types of disabilities, but a great deal can be gleaned from the advice given.

Do you have any advice on advocacy for a person with visual impairments? Share it in the comment section!

Health Care Advocacy Across the Lifespan

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