Aspiring to Meet the Needs of Parents Caring for Children with "Different Abilities"
Empowering parents with supportive services, awareness, advocacy, and programs that are designed to help enhance their lives and the lives of their loved ones living with different abilities.
About Trusted Parents
Trusted Parents has been serving families of those living with intellectual and developmental delays and other special healthcare needs since 2011. Helping over 2,000 parents and caregivers with supportive service, awareness, advocacy, and resources in Mecklenburg and surrounding counties.
What Makes Us Different
Does your child have a diagnosis of a developmental delay, autism, brain injury, or an emotional-behavioral-relational disorder? If so, we are here to help! It does not matter how long your family has been on this journey, if you feel there is a lack in the support, services, growth and/or change you believe is possible, it is never too late to receive the help you deserve.
Through a deeply rooted family-centered approach our services are developed to provide support to parents as they go through the demanding journey of coping with the daunting, but worthwhile tasks related to caring for their children living with special healthcare needs.
No matter the diagnosis, we would be honored to walk alongside you and your family as you pursue a clearer, better, targeted path towards a future of wonderful Possibilities.
What Families are Saying About Trusted Parents
"Trusted Parents is a wonderful organization that gives parents like me a lot of important information through the supportive services they offer. Their parent focus group meetings offer information to parents that direct them to resources and services in the community, that has helped me better advocate for my son. They also have a wonderful summer camp for children with special needs that offers a fun and safe place to spend their summer, and my son absolutely loves attending. It is hard to find an organization that can support a family in more than one area of their lives, but Trusted Parents has been that organization for my family."