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Proactive, Reactive, and Retrospective Self-Advocacy Workshop

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L.R. Wilson Hall, Room 1056

1280 Main Street West

Hamilton, ON L8S 4L8

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A workshop for disabled students exploring the proactive, reactive, and retrospective components of self-advocacy on a university campus.

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  • Are you a disabled student new to McMaster, to disability, and/or to self-advocacy and accessing accommodations?
  • Are you looking to learn more about how you can effectively advocate for yourself in order to achieve your educational, financial, extracurricular, and other goals?
  • Do you want to participate in practical skill-building activities and discuss self-advocacy scenarios with other disabled students?

Then we invite you to attend the Proactive, Reactive, and Retrospective Self-Advocacy Workshop for Disabled Students facilitated by Emunah Woolf.

This workshop, the first in a series - will explore self-advocacy in a disability context on a university campus. You will learn some basic background information on self-advocacy, participate in skill building activities, and learn what some disabled students at McMaster have to say on the subject. The workshop has been designed and will be facilitated by a disabled student. It is intended for students new to McMaster, new to having a disability, or others who feel as if these skills would be useful for them.

If you require accommodation to participate in this workshop, please e-mail woolfe@mcmaster.ca and we will do our best to make appropriate arrangements.

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L.R. Wilson Hall, Room 1056

1280 Main Street West

Hamilton, ON L8S 4L8

Canada

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