KASA (Kids As Self Advocates) is a national, grassroots project created by young people with disabilities for young people with disabilities. CT KASA is open to anyone with a disability ages 13 to 26.

What CT KASA Can Do for YOU?

CT KASA participants learn how to advocate for themselves and take control over their own lives. CT KASA helps this happen by teaching young people about their rights and how to change the systems that affect their lives.

CT KASA Activities Will Include:

 Monthly meetings (available via face to face, webinar or conference call)

 Working on a personal development plan

 Representing the voice of young people with disabilities at public events

 Group youth leadership projects



The next meeting of CT KASA is on Saturday, May 30. Future meetings are scheduled for: Saturday, June 20; Saturday, July 25; Saturday, September 26. All meetings are from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. Meetings at UCONN UCEDD

The Exchange Building #4 270 Farmington Avenue, Suite 181 Farmington, CT 06030

For more information contact:

PATH Parent to Parent/Family Voices of Connecticut
800-399-PATH (CT only)

P.O. Box 117
Northford, Connecticut 06472


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