Self-Advocacy Sentence Starters for Kids Who Learn and Think Differently

By The Understood Team
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Self-advocacy is an important skill for kids who learn and think differently. It helps them ask for what they need. But kids don’t always know how to ask or what to say. Here are things kids can say to self-advocate.

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The Understood Team 

is made up of passionate writers, editors, and community moderators. Many of them learn and think differently, or have kids who do.

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