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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 2023 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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