Advocacy


How to Call Your Elected Officials Fact Sheet
A plain language fact sheet on how to call your elected officials with sample scripts.
Source:  Autistic Self Advocacy Network

In-Person Meetings with Elected Officials Fact Sheet
A plain language fact sheet on how to prepare and conduct yourself at an in-person meeting with elected officials.
Source:  Autistic Self Advocacy Network 

Sending Elected Officials Emails, Letters, and Faxes Fact Sheet
A plain language fact sheet on how to send written letters to your elected officials including some sample letters.
Source:  Autistic Self Advocacy Network 

They Work For Us:  A Self-Advocate’s Guide to Getting Through to Your Elected Officials
This plain language guide focus on the basics of civic engagement. Civic engagement means actively participating in our democracy. In a democracy, regular people choose, or elect, who gets to be in government. The people we elect should listen to our concerns and advocate for us in the government. But when they don’t do that, we have the right to make our voices heard. Learn how to make your voice heard.
Source:  Autistic Self Advocacy Network

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