Being a Healthy Adult: How to Advocate for Your Health and Health Care
The purpose of this guide is to teach young adults with disabilities how to become strong self-advocates for their own health and health care. The guide includes activities, worksheets, and tips for communicating effectively with health care providers, keeping track of personal health information, and figuring out what supports will help each individual make the health-related choices that are right for him or her.
Roberson, K. (2010). Being a healthy adult: How to advocate for your health and health care.
New Brunswick, NJ: The Elizabeth M. Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities.