This program focuses on parent education and support, early childhood education, and therapy services for individuals with disabilities and/or serious struggles. Located in Minnesota.
A part of the University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities that serves individuals with developmental disabilities, their families, and their caregivers through community services, training, and education.
Wonder Moms is a project by three moms to share real talk, helpful information, and practical advice with parents of kids who have disabilities.
A statewide organization that offers a parent peer specialist program where parents and caregivers of children with emotional, social, behavioral, or mental health challenges are paired up with seasoned parents of these children to support and assist them.
The Wisconsin Family Assistance Center for Education, Training, and Support is a statewide non-profit which provides information and referral services, parent support groups, training, and parent/youth leadership development.
These peer groups provide a forum for problem-solving, brainstorming, sharing of concerns, successes, and ways to address issues individually and collectively. Located in Kansas.
A support group and informational resource for families of children and adults with disabilities.
A network that connects fathers of children with chronic illness or disabilities with each other and the resources they need through events, meetings, advocacy, and social media and email-based supports.
An organization that provides families of children and youth with behavioral, emotional, or mental health challenges the resources and support they need. They offer e-learning, communication tools, training, and events.
A network of resources for families and individuals with disabilities. They provide a parent match program, which matches parents of children with disabilities together, as well as a Sibshop program, which is a group for siblings of children with disabilities.