KASA - Kids As Self Advocates
KASA Board Members at Strategic Plan Meeting, Washington, DC 2012
KASA Board Members at Strategic Plan Meeting, Washington, DC 2012


11/16/2016, 12-1pm PST: Caregiving Youth: A Community-Based Framework For Identifying And Supporting A Hidden Population
Caregiving youth are children who provide significant assistance to relatives or household members who suffer from physical or mental illness, disability, frailties of aging, or substance misuse. Their responsibilities are similar to those of adult caregivers, although the physical and psychological effects of caring at a young age may have a more complex and detrimental influence on development and academic success.

Learn more in this webinar hosted by Family Voices of California.

Register here.

12/12/2014: New Tip Sheets - by youth - for youth!

Tips for Flying for A Person With A Disability


KASA Resource Center: Information for youth by youth in such areas as: Civil Rights and Advocacy, Education, Health, Work, Sports and Leisure, Dating and Relationships, and more.

Got Transition: A national resource center whose mission is to improve the transition from pediatric to adult health care through the use of new and innovative strategies for health professionals and youth and families.
Got Transition National Resource Center

Youth Leadership Guide: How to be Involved in a Board or Council: Roles and Responsibilities
Written by youth who have served on boards and councils successfully, this 24 page pocket guide will give young people interested in getting more involved in their community the information they need! Download here or order your copy

Paraprofessional Toolkit: Working With a One-on-One Aide in School
Download a copy here or order your copy of this 30-page booklet for paraprofessionals, school administrators, and students.