tyler rose advocates
What: Self Advocacy Groups are groups of people with disabilities who get together and talk about what’s important to them. Members of self-advocacy groups speak out for themselves and others. They attend conferences and talk to other people with disabilities about voting, self-advocacy, self-determination, employment, and housing. They visit the Capitol and educate people about what’s important to them. Members of self-advocacy groups support each other in living the life they want to live. They have fun together!
Where: Tyler Public Library, Taylor Auditorium, 201 South College Avenue
When: 2nd Tuesday of each month
from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Staff: Advisors, Rhonda Boaz and Jan Alderman
Who’s it for? For adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who want to learn more about self-advocacy.
Cost: 2024 membership dues are $20