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Self Advocacy training

For people with intellectual disability

  What do we do at SAS?

· We
provide individual support to help people  self advocate.
· We run individual or group training on the topics you want to learn about.
· We support you to become self advocates by running training sessions. 

...here are some examples:

What Is Self Advocacy        a) Finding My Feet
                                               b) What Is Self Advocacy

  • Communication                                
  • Anger Management
  • Rights & Responsibility             
  • Basic Computer
  • What Is A Workers Committee         
  • Be Aware Not Scared
  • Disability Awareness                      
  • Budgeting
  • Disability Service Standards              
  • Different Relationships
  • How To Run A Meeting                           
  • Healthy Eating
  • Assertiveness                     
  • Looking After Yourself
  • Speaking For Ourselves           
  • Travel Training
  •  Individual Training Plan – (tailoring for individual and groups needs are also available)


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Julie Loblinzk (pictured above and below), who is currently our Self Advocacy Co-ordinator, has had over twenty five years training experience within the field of intellectual disability and holds a TAFE Certificate IV in Training and Assessment as well as a Graduate Certificate in Developmental Disability Studies from The University of Sydney.
Over the years Julie has had the experience of holding every position at SAS including the Executive Officer position. This has been extraordinary achievement considering Julie has an intellectual disability, and a mother of three children, working hard to support her family.

So, give us a call on 9622 3005 and book in your training!

Lic: DS/R61/1283