Occupational Therapy -> Augmentative and Alternative Communication -> Self-advocacy


Self-advocacy relates to one's ability to understand and express wants, needs, rights, goals, interests, etc. Occupational therapists promote self-advocacy and assist individual's ability to advocate whether that be through spoken word, writing or augmentative and alternative communication, often in collaboration with a speech language pathologist.


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