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  • 1.August 2011 Policy Update
    PI-GRO activity on employment nondiscrimnation and the National Child Traumatic Stress Network.
    Web Article (August 2011)
  • 2.APA Materials at the Library of Congress
    A collection of APA's records at the Library of Congress, including more than 270,000 items from APA Central Office, Divisions, and State and Provincial Psychological Associations.
    Web Article
  • 3.Grassroots...what's the big deal?
    These laws govern every aspect of our lives, from communication to recreation, from transportation to education and much more.
    Web Article
  • 4.Political Giving Means Getting More than You Give
    Political giving is not only legitimate and lawful, it is essential to any successful advocacy effort. Contributing to a Member of Congress, especially through a Political Action Committee, is a powerful, efficient and effective part of our political process.
    Web Article
  • 5.APA Advocacy Issues
    APA's Government Relations offices work on issues such as aging; lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender concerns; disability; peer review; trauma, violence and abuse; veterans and military issues; and children and the media.
    Web Article
  • 6.Psychologists as Policy Advocates
    Psychologists can draw on their knowledge of policy, legislative strategies, leadership and organizational dynamics to become active change agents. Profiles of David W. Coon, PhD, Cordelia Robinson-Rosenberg, PhD, and Harriet P. Lefley, PhD show how these psychologists are passionate policy advocates on behalf of family caregivers.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 7.Federal Education Advocacy Coordinators (FEDAC) at the 2012 Education Leadership Conference
    Conference information and a list of current federal education advocacy coordinators (FEDAC).
    Web Article (January 2012)
  • 8.Your Practice Assessment in Action
    Ten examples of expanded advocacy activities that support the psychology practice community.
    Web Article
  • 9.The Financial Costs of Family Caregiving
    Caregiver facts and statistics on the high costs for home health care and skilled nursing care for family members in caregiver roles experiencing financial hardships following the disability of a spouse or adult child due to medical costs, lower income and limits for insurance coverage.
    Web Article (January 2011)
  • 10.Five Myths in SPTAs that Prevent Responsible Social Action
    Five most commonly reported assumptions that prevent State, Provincial and Territorial Psychological Associations from becoming involved in social issues are debunked, including loss of support for guild issues, decrease in membership and financial reasons for disengagement.
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