Virtual meeting

Are you a BIPOC Parent of a child with special needs of any age? (BIPOC – Black, Indigenous, Person of Color) Parent to Parent of NYS is offering a safe and supportive space that recognizes the diverse experiences within the BIPOC community.

The one-time virtual session is being offered on a variety of dates (see below).

In the words of Melanie Baker, an advocate and parent who is running the panel, “I understand the realities of parenting our children with special needs while walking that tightrope of living on the margins struggling to be seen! Let’s address the high-pressure reality on us as BIPOC parents so we may begin to re-energize ourselves, re-focus on what’s most important, and re-up our enthusiasm to increase our effectiveness in our roles. As we share our paths forward together, the better off we will be for our journey ahead, emotionally and physically, and the better off our families will be.”


Dates: Feb. 7, March 13, April 17, May 15, June 12

Time: 7 p.m.

You must register to attend. 


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