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About the Authors
Richard T. Roessler is a university professor of rehabilitation with the Research and Training Center and the Department of Rehabilitation at the University of Arkansas. He is the principle investigator of Project APT which sponsored the evaluation of the advocacy training.
Phillip Rumrill, Ph. D., is an associate professor in the Department of Educational Foundations and Special Services at Kent State University. A co-author of the advocacy program, Rumrill's research interests include the Americans with Disabilities Act, school-to-work transition, and chronic illness.
Patricia Brown, M.S., is the project director for Project APT. She is a co-author of Self-Advocacy Training and has experience in career counseling and school-to-work transition services for college students with disabilities.