(2019, July) | Useful to Parent Centers who wish to share (with funders, community organizations, and state/local agencies) a snapshot of the Parent Center network’s 2018 work with families and professionals.
Parent Centers are a lifeline of support for families of children, youth, and young adults with disabilities. The advocacy they provide is grounded in supporting, teaching, and leading families, and also in teaching them to advocate for their children and to lead—in their districts, in their communities, as parents and caregivers. Parent Centers also enable individuals with disabilities and special health care needs to become their own advocates and to have their voices heard as experts on themselves and their needs.
The data on this 4-pager give a detailed snapshot of who Parent Centers serve, how they provide information and training, the age of the children involved, and much more. CPIR is pleased to share these data with you, because they provide us all with a stunning portrait of what can be achieved by a few, extremely dedicated people for the benefit of so many.
Find the data snapshot at: