Self-Advocates for Freedom

Self-Advocates for Freedom.jpgAdults with intellectual and other developmental disabilities too frequently must contend with societal attitudes that do not regard them as adults or persons capable of making decisions that directly impact their quality of life.  Self-Advocates for Freedom is run for and by people with disabilities, committed to working in partnership to promote equal rights, inclusion, self-advocacy, support and education in all realms of life.

 

The Bluegrass Chapter of Self-Advocates for Freedom now meets monthly at 1084 Whipple Court. For additional information, contact Anna Kolokotsas 859-253-2658 ext. 225.