Three Steps for Stronger Self Advocacy Skills for People with Disabilities

Primary tabs

Please note you are looking at an event that has already happened.
Registration for this event is no longer open.

Program Description

Event Details

Join Sandy Weitkamp as she illustrates the importance of self-advocacy skills for people with disabilities. She will discuss three steps that will help individuals increase their skills so they can more fully participate in school, work, and life.

This presentation is appropriate for individuals with disabilities and their families.

a headshot picture of woman with dark hair smiling

Sandy Weitkamp, Benefits Case Manager for Boone Center, Inc, a Vocational Training company for people with disabilities. This is an excellent resource for caregivers for those with disabilities. Her knowledge of Social Security and Medicaid programs are instrumental in helping people with disabilities join the workforce without fear of losing needed supports. She is a community resource for anyone who has questions. Sandy has bachelor's degrees in Educational Studies and Special Education as well as a master's degree in Rehabilitation Counseling.two intertwining circles, bci skills center printed in blue     



If you need accommodations for this class, please contact the Library as soon as you are able.