NFADB will partner with other Deaf-Blind organizations to train family leaders.
The Family Advocacy Project will train family members who already possess leadership skills to advocate on issues important to the field of deaf-blindness. The participants will gain skills in advocacy, work together to develop actions and an agenda, and be organized and supported to advocate at the state and national level.
The family organization representatives will develop a national agenda and then convene in Washington DC for a Day on the Hill in 2022 to utilize the newly honed advocacy skills!
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