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Speakers Bureau

Request A Speaker Self-Advocates of Indiana is available to speak to your organization or group. Our trained presenters can conduct workshops, training, and panel discussions. Our Speakers Bureau members are trained to speak on the following topics: Self-Advocacy & Self-Determination Achieving Your Employment Dreams Guardianship & Alternatives Disability Awareness & Communication Contact us to learn… Read More


Self-Advocates of Indiana (SAI) is a statewide advocacy organization that empowers people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. As self-advocates, we are citizens who speak out and advocate and educate for equal rights, respect, and inclusion for all in the community. Self-advocacy is standing up for my rights, being in charge of my life, and bring… Read More

Caregiver Support Services Sign Up Begins July 1

If you are on the waiting list for the Medicaid Waiver, be sure to renew your application or apply for Caregiver Support Services (CGS), starting July 1. Limited funds are available for Caregiver Support Services and funds are available on a first come, first served basis. The fiscal year for CGS begins July 1, 2016… Read More

SAI President’s Corner

Hello everyone, we are finally into summer and Self-Advocates of Indiana¬†has been very busy doing some great things around the state and country. In April, myself and several other self-advocates were able to attend the Disability Policy Seminar in Washington, D.C. This was a great time of learning more about disability legislation and talking with… Read More

FSSA announces managed care contractors for Healthy Indiana Plan, Hoosier Healthwise members

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration (FSSA) has selected Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, CareSource Indiana, MDwise Inc. and Managed Health Services of Indiana to negotiate contracts to administer health care services for the approximately 1,000,000 enrollees in the Healthy Indiana Plan and Hoosier Healthwise programs starting January 1, 2017. The contracts would… Read More

Self-advocacy is important because it is a way for people to know that all people, including people with disabilities, have rights. We help people understand that we want to be treated with respect.

It is a way for our voices to be heard.

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