The following webinars were presented by SABE’s Autism Now team. You can listen to what was said and look at handouts. Just click on the link and it will play a recording of the webinar. You can download a copy of the PowerPoint.

Allies and Advisors

“Super Allies: The Real Role of Advisors”

A presentation provided by SABE national leaders that offers suggestions on how to use advisors effectively.


“Think College Vermont: College Options for People with Intellectual Disabilities”

A presentation provided by staff, peer mentors and students from Think College Vermont and Max Barrows of SABE.


“How to Date Like a Pro”

A presentation on dating from Self Advocates Becoming Empowered and Katherine McLaughlin.

“Sex and Relationships: How Do I Figure This Out?”

A presentation from Self Advocates Becoming Empowered and Katherine McLaughlin.

Disability Awareness Activities

“Look through Our Eyes”

A presentation provided by Green Mountain Self-Advocates.


“Joys and Pains of Working!”

A Presentation from Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered national leaders.

High School Grads

“People Are Talking About ‘Your’ Transition”

A presentation from Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered.


“Making Information Accessible”

A presentation from SABE, Vermont Center on Independent Living, peer leaders from Ohio and Advocates in Action of Rhode Island.

Medical Rights

“What Is This World Coming To?: The Use of Medical Procedures that Violate Civil Rights”

A presentation provided by speakers from Disability Rights Washington, Not Dead Yet and Self Advocates Becoming Empowered.

Parents with Disabilities

“Debunking Myths About Parents With Disabilities”

A Presentation from Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered.


“Speaking on a Big Stage: Presenting at a National Conference!”

A presentation from SABE and peer leaders from Minnesota.


“To Boldly Go Where All Have Gone Before” with SABE national leaders.

“What Do People With Disabilities Need to Run Their Own Self-Advocacy Groups?”

A Presentation from SABE.

“People Taking Responsibility for Advocacy in Their Own Lives”

A panel discussion from national leaders of Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered.

Sheltered Workshops

“Converting Sheltered Workshops to Employment Programs That Get People Real Jobs!”

A presentation from University of Vermont, Speaking Up for Us of Maine, and SABE national leaders.

“Moving Beyond Subminimum Wages”

A presentation provided by Clyde Terry of Granite State Independent Living and Chester Finn of New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities.

Staying Safe

“Building a Safety Net for Yourself”

A presentation provided by SABE and Mary Oschwald of Portland State University.


“Is Voting Important to You, If So, WHY?”

A presentation from Nancy Ward (Project VOTE) and Teresa Moore (Project VOTE).