The Parents’ Place has programs for parents and families of children and youth with all disabilities and the professionals working with the families.
Workshops, one-on-one support and training, and information on special education, communication skills, and other issues affecting children with disabilities across the state.
Information about the health care system, resources, and advocacy for families of children and youth with special health needs and disabilities.
Maryland Family Voices shares information about changes in public and private sector health care and issues that affect children and families.
Leadership training program for parents of children with disabilities in Baltimore City. B’More LEADers volunteers help parents through the IEP process.
Bilingual (Spanish) workshops and staff focusing on issues facing families from diverse backgrounds.
Program promotes family leadership skills and professional learning opportunities for future doctors and allied health professionals that prepare them to work in partnerships with families of to improve services, systems and outcomes for children and youth with special health care needs.
Leadership training program for parents of children with special health care needs. Parents can use their experience and expertise to influence change in health care policy.
State Implementation Grant for Integrated Community Systems for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs Joint to implement strategies aimed at achieving an integrated, community-based system of services for children and youth with special health care needs.