Self-advocacy goes beyond speaking up for your own rights. It is a way of life in engaging actively in decisions that matter to you. It means more than saying a “yes” or a “no”. It means taking ownership of the choices you make. It can be as simple as deciding what you want to eat for breakfast. It can also involve more complex decision-making like planning an overseas trip. There’s no greater voice than the one you have for you are the change we seek.