Lessons and training: Yuma

Reports and Publications
November 2017
David Schlinkert, Francis Pacaja

Updated: Spanish-speaking Latino families and adults with developmental disabilities underwent a two day self-advocacy training in Yuma that encouraged individuals to speak up for themselves and bolstered participants’ psychological empowerment.

Study Advisory Members
Lynn Black, MSW-LCSW, Program Manager, TIML
Kim W. Fisher, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Arizona State University
Juliana Huereña, NMT, Operational Manager, Southwest Institute for Family and Children
Erin Rotheram-Fuller, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Arizona State University

Erica McFadden, Ph.D., Executive Director, Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Breanna Bang, Research Assistant, Morrison Institute for Public Policy, Arizona State University
Maria Barajas, MSW Intern, Arizona State University
Lourdes Lerma, Consultant, Interpreter and Translation