"We seek to meet the needs of parents caring for children with disabilities."
Trusted Parents Summer Break!
We will not conduct Parent Focus Group Meetings, Parent Trainings, or Workshops during the summer months of June-August, 2023.
Trusted Parents - Located in Charlotte, NC
Our organization is based on the belief that parents and guardians of children with special healthcare needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting their needs. As a result, a high percentage of our organization service repeat parents and referrals. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service and support in the community.
We share pertinent information needed to support and enhance the lives of families living with the challenges associated with disabilities. Our focus is not limited to only parents who have children with disabilities; but we encourage all who can offer support and assistance to attend our meetings.
Hosted for parents, schools, churches, and organizations to raise awareness to parents, guardians, educators, and professionals about educational strategies, resources, and benefits as they apply to caring for children with disabilities.
As a parent, you are your child's best advocate. However, we are here to help you by representing the best educational interest of your child. Our primary responsibility is to move the process from an emotionally charged conversation, to a productive conversation that represents the best interest of the students educational process.
Triple P - Positive Parenting Program - offers support for parents and people caring for children ages 0-12 years old. Some parents are just seeking brief advice on how to handle minor disobedience, or on surviving toilet training. Others may need more support as they learn positive ways to deal with their child's sever or aggressive behaviors.
Many people think that guardianship is the best way to help adults with intellectual/developmental disabilities make important decisions. The truth is, guardianship is often not necessary. In fact, North Carolina requires considering alternatives first.
Our summer camp is an all inclusive program that offers a social opportunity that help minimize the invisible line that often separate children with disabilities from their non-disabled peers. We focus on building friendships and promoting team work with the use of therapeutic and traditional camp recreation, arts and crafts, field trips, sports, and much more.