The Parent to Parent Program provides emotional support and information for parents when they learn that their child has a disability or chronic health need. Take a look at our Parent to Parent Video. The video is ten minutes long, so will take some time to buffer completely.
A Program for Parents
Learning that your child has a disability or chronic health need can be a traumatic experience. Parents have many questions and concerns in coping with their child's needs and their own feelings. You are not alone. We have been there. The staff at Parent to Parent of Pierce County are available to answer questions, provide you with information, or just listen to what ever emotional matter you may have.
Parents Helping Parents
Personal support from another parent who has a child with similar needs, can be helpful in coping with many challenging experiences and feelings. Helping Parent Volunteers are available to provide support and information for other parents who and have completed a training program. Parent to Parent of Pierce County can help you connect with a parent who has a child with a similar disability.
P2P a Program of
- 6316 South 12th Street Tacoma, WA 98465 -
- 1-800-5-PARENT -
Susan Jackson, Program Coordinator
Parent to Parent coordinators in other counties in Washington state,
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