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Advocate Training
Within each of our communities, there are advocates working every day in an effort to influence public policy and make a difference.  Social justice for people with disabilities is the primary goal, with efforts aimed at institutional, political and economic social systems.  With the large variety of methods, tools and activities available, advocacy training needs can be widely varied.

Program Development Associates advocate training store specializes in disability advocacy training.  Whether you are working on your own or with a group, there is a good chance PDA has the advocacy training materials you need to reach your goals.  Our advocacy training courses and DVD’s are quality productions featuring leading disability advocates training designed for people with disabilities and their advocates.  The resources talk about advocacy and what it is, how to be an advocate and perhaps more importantly how to be a self-advocate.  Special Education and child advocate training are also important and cannot be overlooked; therefore we have materials specifically for teachers and for parents who want to learn how to advocate for their child to assure they are getting the best possible education.

It is crucial, whether the cause is moral, ethical or faith driven, that everyone, without exception, understand the importance of freedom of choice and self respect and it is the reason why our advocacy skills training resources are very popular at's advocate store.

The harrowing story of the filmmaker's son Adam, a 12-year-old with Asperger Syndrome, during a tumultuous year in the life of their family.

Narrated by an Olympic gold snowboarder, this documentary tells the story of three young men living with permanent brain damage from head injuries while pursuing extreme sports.

Following four-year-old Ronen, a young boy with Down syndrome, this intimate documentary concretely demonstrates that inclusive preschool classrooms benefit both children with special needs and their typical peers.

Powerful documentary about people with disabilities who struggle to be recognized as sexual beings, free to explore their sexuality and to lead sexually fulfilling lives.

An edgy, raw documentary exploring the politics of disability through performances at a national conference on disability and the arts. 

Shares the everyday lives of families living with neuromuscular disorders with caseworks and clinicians, and the parents of children who have been recently diagnosed.

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