Research to Practice in Self-Determination Series

Self-Determination and Self-Advocacy

Surveying Self-Advocates: Using iPads Embodies Self-Determination

This video provides an accessible version of the article "Self-Determination and Self-Advocacy", written by Carl Calkins, Laura Walker-Jackson, and Cynthia Beckmann, from the first issue of "Research to Practice in Self-Determination".
This video provides an accessible version of the article "Surveying Self-Advocates: Using iPads Embodies Self-Determination", summarized by Mitch Levits written by Allen Schwartz and Daniel Davies, from the first issue of "Research to Practice in Self-Determination".

Sibling Perspective on Self-Advocacy and Self-Determination

Steps to Increased Social Capital in the Lives of Self-Advocates

This video provides an accessible version of the article "Sibling Perspective on Self-Advocacy and Self-Determination", written by Katie Arnold, from the first issue of "Research to Practice in Self-Determination". A unique, sibling perspective on the concepts of self-determination & self-advocacy and how it applies to families.
This video provides an accessible version of the article "Steps to Increased Social Capital in the Lives of Self-Advocates", written by George Gotto and Hill Walker, from the first issue of "Research to Practice in Self-Determination".

Beyond Tokenism

Using Lifebooks for Self-Advocacy

This video provides an accessible version of the article "Beyond Tokenism" from the first issue of "Research to Practice in Self-Determination". The author of this article, Bill Krebs, summarizes the key points he made about moving beyond tokenism, towards genuine and substantial input given by people with disabilities at home, school, work, and many other places.
The above video provides an accessible version of the article "Using Lifebooks for Self-Determination" from the first issue of "Research to Practice in Self-Determination". For this article, written by Kyla Eversman, Bill Krebs discusses how to create a Lifebook to facilitate your own self-determination and self-advocacy.

Self-Determination

Self-Advocacy

We asked self-advocates what self-determination means to them; this is what they told us!
What is self-advocacy? Why is it important? In this video, self-advocates describe what it is, how it works, why it's needed, and how to be more self-determined and use self-advocacy in your own life.

Self-Advocates Leading Self-Determined Lives

Self-Determination and Supports

This video provides an accessible version of the article "Self-Advocates Leading Self-Determined Lives", written by Tia Nelis, Nancy Ward, Chester Finn and Bryon Murray, from the first issue of "Research to Practice in Self-Determination".
This video provides an accessible version of the article "Self-Determination and Supports", written by Mia Peterson along with her sister Jana, from the first issue of "Research to Practice in Self-Determination".