Breaking Barriers: Enhancing Self-Advocacy Skills & Navigating the Grievance Process for Deaf Students

Event Date: February 15, 2024
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Embarking on the journey of college accessibility as a deaf student can feel like diving into a maze of policies and procedures. We get it – advocating for accommodations isn’t always a walk in the park. It’s a journey that involves a lot of back-and-forth negotiation but also navigating the impact of not receiving full and equitable access can have on your academic, social, and personal life.

Exciting news! This webinar is your ultimate guide on dealing with college disability services offices. Join us on February 15th at 1:00pm CT and get ready to learn effective strategies for self-advocacy. We’ll cover when and how to make formal complaints about accessibility issues and the entire process involved. From exploring various accommodation options to effectively requesting support from disability services, we’ve got your back. This is your chance to grab invaluable insights and tools for supercharged advocacy. Join us and unlock the secrets to advocating for yourself like a pro!
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