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Hello! Welcome to:. Project STIR Missouri Fall 2011. S teps T oward I ndependence and R esponsibility. Project STIR. Your presenters are:. Robyn Dorton Wilson Finks Kira Fisher Deb Zuver. A team of trainers with and without disabilities that offers hands-on training.

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    1. Hello! Welcome to: Project STIR Missouri Fall 2011

    2. Steps Toward Independence and Responsibility Project STIR

    3. Your presenters are: • Robyn Dorton • Wilson Finks • Kira Fisher • Deb Zuver

    4. A team of trainers with and without disabilities that offers hands-on training. Project STIR is:

    5. The Project STIR team: provides self-advocacy and leadership tools for and by people with/without disabilities.

    6. A University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research, and Service :::: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

    7. Project STIR MissouriWebinar Today we will: 1 – Introduce ourselves 2 –Try Speak-Up self- advocacy tools. 3 – Tell about Project STIR Self-Advocacy Training.

    8. Project STIR MissouriWebinar Today we will: 1 – Introduce ourselves 2 –Try Speak-Up self- advocacy tools. 3 – Tell about Project STIR Self-Advocacy Training.

    9. Get toKnow Us: Activity! My Way/No Way What do you like?

    10. Get toKnow Us: Activity! 1 – See the next slide. 2 – Guess: Is it Robyn, Wilson, Kiraor Deb?

    11. My Way - No Way: Guess WHO? I LIKE: Country music Friends Cooking • Robyn? • Wilson? • Kira? • Deb?

    12. My Way - No Way: WHO? I LIKE TO: Write poetry Watch basketball Ride horseback • Wilson? • Kira? • Deb?

    13. My Way - No Way: WHO? I LIKE: Travel Reading Walking • Wilson? • Deb?

    14. My Way - No Way: I LIKE: Watching Soaps Football Computers Wilson?

    15. My Way - No Way: OR I LIKE: gardening games winter Wilson?

    16. Getting toKnow You My Way/No Way What do you like?

    17. My Way/No Way • How does knowing your interests help you be a self-advocate? You can make better choices. You can be active in your community and share interests.

    18. Project STIR MissouriWebinar Today we will: 1 – Introduce ourselves. 2 –Try Speak-Up self-advocacy tools. 3 – Tell about Project STIR Self-Advocacy Training.

    19. What is Self-Advocacy?

    20. Self-Advocacy is... • Speaking up for yourself. • Asking for what you need. • Negotiating for yourself. • Knowing your rights and responsibilities. • Using resources that are available to you.

    21. What is Inclusion?

    22. Inclusion is… …people with/without disabilities participating in their community together

    23. Leaders: Advocate Solve problems Negotiate Make plans Cooperate with others Offer support What is a Leader? Leaderswork with others for positive change

    24. Self-Advocate Leaders

    25. Supporters and Allies

    26. Become a Self-Advocate Steps to Speaking Up: • Know Yourself • Communicate Assertively • Solve Problems • Rights & Responsibilities

    27. Speak Up Manual : www.self-advocate.org

    28. Speak Up! Action Manual for Peer Leader Teams

    29. Speak Up!Action Manual for Peer Leaders Steps to Becoming a Self-Advocate: • Know Yourself • Communicate Assertively • Solve Problems • Rights & Responsibilities

    30. Speak Up!CONTENT: For each Step: • Think About – Talk About • Resources • Scenes • Team Activities

    31. Speak Up! Four Steps to Becoming a Self-Advocate • Know Yourself • Communicate Assertively • Solve Problems • Rights & Responsibilities

    32. How doesknowing yourselfhelp you be a better leader? It helps you build a strong team. Getting to know and trust one another is important.

    33. Speak Up! Four Steps to Becoming a Self-Advocate • Know Yourself • Communicate Assertively • Problem-Solving • Rights & Responsibilities

    34. Speak Up!Action Manual for Peer Leaders • Listening is as important as speaking • Person-First Language • “Dos and Don’ts”

    35. Communicating How does communicating help you be a better leader? Communicating helps you: • Understand the other person • Express your ideas and feelings • Gain respect

    36. COMMUNICATION:Some Feelings… Annoyed Proud Overwhelmed Frustrated Worried Excited Inspired Nervous Hopeful Calm Confident Shy Disappointed

    37. Knowing Your Feelings How does knowing your feelings help you become a better leader? • You can tell the difference between feelings, thoughts, actions. • You care about other people’s feelings. • Your feelings can help you make decisions.

    38. Speak Up! Four Steps to Becoming a Self-Advocate • Know Yourself • Communicate Assertively • Solve Problems • Rights & Responsibilities

    39. Problem Solving Steps • Step 1: Relax (Deep Breath) • Step 2: Say Something Positive to Yourself • Step 3: Identify the Problem • Step 4: Think of Solutions • Step 5: Pick one and… just do it!

    40. Problem Solving Steps

    41. Problem Solving Steps

    42. Problem Solving Steps

    43. Problem Solving Steps

    44. Problem Solving Steps

    45. Problem Solving Steps

    46. Problem-Solving Scene: American Idol - Basketball WHO: Ramone and Carol WHERE: At home WHAT: Disagree about TV show to watch

    47. Problem Solving Steps How do problem solving steps help us become better leaders? Problem solving helps us • Identify our feelings. • Take time to think. • Make good decisions for ourselves AND the group.

    48. Speak Up! Steps to Becoming a Self-Advocate • Know Yourself • Communicate Assertively • Solve Problems • Rights & Responsibilities

    49. Is Anybody Listening to Me? WHO: Jane Mom (wants the best for Jane) Mr. Mills (wants the best for Jane) WHAT: Before Person-Centered Planning meeting WHERE: Mr. Mills Office