Welcome to SelfAdvocateNet.com

SelfAdvocateNet publishes up to 4 stories a month. We pay $100.00 for each story published.

SelfAdvocateNet published up to 4 stories a month. We pay $100.00 for each story published.

For 2024 we are looking for positive stories of success. These stories encourage others and it is an awesome way for you to celebrate your achievements.

Stories may be written about:

  • Employment success
  • Personal goals achieved
  • how you advocated and succeeded in accessibility challenges in the community (transportation, building access, Dispelling stereotypes etc.)
  • Leadership
  • Lerning new things (school, Training, hobbies, Cooking etc.)
  • Please keep it under 350 words, include a photo, do not name of others, instead say friend, support staff, sister etc.
  • It does take time to review so please be patient.
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To Krystian and Shannon. And Now James Janzen

All three have their own spinoff websites now thanks to SelfAdvocateNet.com.
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Our Stories

My First Conference

An Accessible and Inclusive Pier   

The Kamloops Self Advocate Newsletter July, 2024

Outsider Artist Advocacy and Self-Employment Goals

My Enjoyable Life

Finding My Voice

My Jobs

Happy Life

Local Self Advocay groups

Speak Up Self-Advocacy Awareness Society

Self-Advocates of Bethesda

Milieu Self-Advocacy

Sunshine Coast Self Advocacy Group

Self Advocates for a Brighter Future

The Self Advocates of Nanaimo (SAN)

Self-Advocates of Semiahmoo – SAS

Abbotsford Self Advocacy Group

Community Special Events

BC Provincial Election 2024

Are you a parent in BC with a disability?

Latest Announcements

Youth Employment and Skills Strategy Program

Government of Canada launches the Employment Strategy for Canadians with Disabilities

July is Disability Pride Month

Canadians invited to comment on proposed regulations for the Canada Disability Benefit

Adults with a valid Disability Tax Credit certificate and children under 18 are now eligible to apply to the Canadian Dental Care Plan

Summer 2024 Edition of CLBC’s “Celebrate Diverse ABILITIES” magazine

CLBC’s Update for Individuals and Families June 2024

New neighbourhood playground with accessible features now open at Philip Brethour Park

Employment Sucess Stories

Meet Brion

Working at a job I love

Luke’s Story: Customer Service Associate, London Drugs

Tyler Secures A Job That Utilizes His Customer Service Skills

Limitations don’t define my life

Growing on my own

Walking the path to independence together

Lee Kissinger. works part-time as a Front End Courtesy Clerk at Thrifty Foods in Fairfield.

Health

PharmaCare covers more medical devices for people with diabetes

Government of Canada funds project to better understand the needs of Autistic adults in Canada

Community social services workers ratify agreement under Shared Recovery Mandate

New training prepares more people to be community support workers

Eligibility for medical assistance in dying for persons suffering solely from mental illness extended to March 17, 2024

B.C. helps people with complex needs through long-term recovery

Accessibility Standards Canada and CSA Group collaborate to publish three new accessibility standards

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