Parents with ABILITIES Support Group



New Support Group for Parents with Abilities

Starts Thursday, September 1st, 2016 and will occur every Thursday until further notice.

Time: 10:00am-11:00am

Location: Alliance of People with disAbilities, 1120 E Terrace St #100, Seattle, WA 98122

Free. Light snacks provided. Children welcome.

Support groups are about letting people share their experiences and relieving the stress of being a parent. For Parents with Abilities, there are some unique challenges and barriers – and no one truly knows how someone feels better than another parent in the same shoes.

The Parents with Abilities Support Group provides training for parents to increase their skills, offers help in dealing with educational, medical and other service agencies and mostly gives an opportunity for parents to form new friendships.

There is nothing better than “sharing the load” with someone else who knows exactly what you are going through. Join us and make a friend, meet others, find some resources, and learn something new.

Questions?

Contact Hope Drummond at 206-633-6634 or hope@disabilitypride.org.

Download the flyer (PDF).



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