Webinar Series 05/25/22 Session 4: Assist to independence speaker

This is part four of the nine-session series designed to help Native Americans with disabilities understand their rights and develop self-advocacy skills to access needed services that enable them to live in their communities. This free series is open to people with disabilities, their families and other supports. No registration is required.

   Join us at: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89591739565

    Or join by phone:

    Dial (for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):

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Webinar ID: 895 9173 9565

All sessions begin at 5:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m. (MDT)

05/25/22 Session 4: Assist to independence speaker: Kathleen DeLaRosa, Community Action Coordinator Assist to Independence is located in Tuba City, Arizona. The agency provides appropriate services such as peer mentoring, information and referral, advocacy, and independent living skills to enhance the quality of independent living in a culturally appropriate manner. As the Community Action Coordinator, Kathleen duties are teaching the AZEEI Curriculum to our new Consumers; it covers Disability History, Independent Movement, AZ Independent Living Network, Advocacy, Communication, Leadership Styles and Community Involvement. She also works as a Consultant to the Peer Mentors who have started a Coalition Group. She will provide information about the organization’s services for people with disabilities and answer questions like: What is Independent living? How to promote self-advocacy and taking control of your life.

   If you have questions about this series, please contact  Annette Yazzie at (928) 433-0963 or .

  This series is created with support of the Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council.