The Blanchard Valley Center Early Intervention Program is expanding its supports to local families who have children with developmental disabilities with a parent panel discussion in April and the implementation of a parent mentor service.
The service will link parents of young children with a parent mentor to help them in their journey as a parent of a child with a developmental disability. “We are looking for people who would be comfortable sharing your struggles, your joys and your insights into life with a child with a disability,” said Early Intervention Supervisor Tanya Weising-Pike. “We need your wisdom, your experience and your voice.”
To take part in the upcoming panel discussion
or are interested in serving as a mentor,
contact Weising-Pike at 419-422-8173.