Adoptive Foster and Kinship Caregiver Helping Parent Training
Caregiver Connections: A Helping Parent Training for Adoptive, Foster and Kinship Caregivers of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
February 3, 2018; 9am - 3pm
The Arc of King County
233 6th Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
A light breakfast and pizza lunch will be served.
RSVP Required - contact Rachel Nemhauser at RNemhauser@arcofkingcounty.org
Can you offer another caregiver hope for their child's’s future, along with tips on finding resources?
Would you be good at providing emotional support to another caregiver whose child has a similar diagnosis as your own?
You may make an excellent Helping Parent!
This training provides information and strategies so you can be the most knowledgeable and compassionate resource to other caregivers like you.
The Parent to Parent Program believes that the best source of information and support comes from parents and caregivers who have walked the road before you. We understand the emotions, myths, and realities of loving a person with a disability. We don’t necessarily solve a family’s problems, but we are willing to listen and share our own experiences.