Tina Dam is a truly amazing person who works with Inclusion BC, and she’ll be conducting a workshop on advocacy and communication, so key in the work we do to ensure supports for our children and youth. We hope you will be able to make it to see her at AdvoCon2021, our 7th annual education advocacy conference held September 22nd to 26th online!
Tickets on Eventbrite now – members of the BCEdAccess Facebook group receive a significant discount, don’t delay, event starts soon!
Tina Dam is an Advocate at Inclusion BC. Tina has extensive knowledge about supports, services and resources that exist in BC for people with intellectual disabilities and their families. She is a problem solver who is passionate about helping people. Before joining Inclusion BC Tina spent 8 years supporting people with people with intellectual disabilities to live full lives in the community.
Workshop: Letter Writing and Other Advocacy Communications
Find out effective ways to communicate with the school team including people at the district level that is clear and concise and able to motive change and collaboration. We will also discuss contacting your MLA and speaking with the media.
- The power of language, context and possibility
- Stating your feelings is important
- Why being curious is a game changer
- How to clearly ask for what is needed
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