How to assert your rights and needs effectively
- How to Assert Yourself: 12 Steps - wikiHow
Learning this skill will help you become a more effective communicator.
- How to Be Assertive
It requires being forthright about your wants and needs, while still considering the rights, needs and wants of others.
- Building Assertiveness in 4 Steps - psychcentral.com
This means tactfully, justly and effectively expressing our preferences, needs, opinions and feelings.
- Assertiveness Training
Techniques to develop assertiveness from the online book 'Psychological Self-Help'. Download a free copy of this terrific resource here.
- Disability Benefits Guide
Most people who live with disabilities are not fully aware of the benefits and resources that are available to them. The authors of this guide carefully reviewed the US Social Security Administration's documentation to create the 2016 Disability Benefit Guide, which breaks down qualifications and the application process, as well as provides a calculator that can help estimate monthly and annual benefits.
- The Complete Guide to Home Loans for People with Disabilities
This guide helps people with disabilities understand the federal mortgage programs and non-profit organizations available to assist them in their home buying process. It also breaks down discrimination laws and encourages people to know their rights.
- Human Rights | United Nations
Human rights include the right to life and liberty, freedom from slavery and torture, freedom of opinion and expression, the right to work and education, and many more.
- What are human rights? | Equality and Human Rights Commission
Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person in the world, from birth until death. They apply regardless of where you are from, what you believe or how you choose to live your life.
- Human Rights
Favorite inspirational quotes, with commentary by Peter Shepherd, on this critical subject for our self-expression and happiness in life.
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