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This is a 3-hour training that is tailored for parents whose children have experienced a variety of special care needs, both medical and/or disability-related. This training hones in on the history of the parent to parent movement, and how a parent’s experiences teach them how to be a better “Listener.” Upon completing the training, the parent support members will be ready to assist a family on an emotional level as well as providing resources and helpful information.
This 1-hour training provides families with the information they will need to become better advocates for their child as well as parent leaders in their community. They will learn the benefits of Parent Support, receive information on community resources, and an overview of state programs.
Charting the LifeCourse is a 1-hour training that was developed to help individuals with disabilities and families at any age or stage of life think about what they need to know, identify how to find or develop supports, and discover what it takes to live the lives they want to live. Individuals and families may focus on their current situation and stage of life but they may also find it helpful to look ahead. Families may want to start thinking about what they can do or learn now that will help build an inclusive productive life in the future. LifeCourse uses person-centered planning to enable individuals with disabilities or otherwise requiring support to increase their personal self-determination and improve their independence.
This is a 1-hour educational session for families and professionals. This session covers Family/Professional Partnerships, Healthcare Advocacy, and community-based resources.
This 1-hour workshop discusses important topics that families and childcare providers should know about Autism, including; facts about Autism, the signs to watch for, the benefits of early intervention, and how to interact with an individual that is diagnosed.
This is a 1-hour training that encompasses the basics of cultural competence. The training covers the major issues and barriers including racial issues and biases faced by families with children with special health care needs from ethnic and diverse backgrounds. The training can be designed for either parents or professionals who would like to learn more about cultural competency and how best to serve this population.
This 2-hour training is for families that need help understanding the Planning & Placement Team (PPT) meeting process. It is an interactive meeting that will simulate the situations that parents encounter at PPT meetings and will explain how to successfully navigate through them.
This 2-hour presentation is aimed at parents of special education students who want to sharpen their advocacy skills. Topics include: how to get involved in the decision-making process; best practices for school-home communications; how to prepare for school meetings (including PPT and 504); obtaining a free copy of your child’s school records; and where to find help when you need it.
This youth leadership group meets for 3 hours each month and provides its young adult members the opportunity to learn leadership and self-advocacy skills. CT KASA also focuses on educating the community including schools, medical professionals, and state legislators. This group is for youth and young adults between the ages of 13 and 26 with a disability or chronic health condition.
PATH’s trainings are FREE to families and family organizations. All others, please contact us for fees to host a PATH training.
If you would like to host and/or sponsor one of PATH’s trainings, contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 1-800-399-PATH (7284).