Georgia Parent Mentor Partnership
Resources and Information
Local Parent Mentors
Parent mentors are working in over 90 school districts in Georgia to improve outomces for children with disabilities and their families.
Mentors in the Heart of Georgia Region
Dodge County Schools
Montgomery County Schools
Phone: 912-583-4132 ext. 140
Parent to Parent of Georgia
Parent to Parent of Georgia offers a variety of services to Georgia families impacted by disabilities or special healthcare needs. It started in 1980 as a three-year project of the Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities to provide emotional support to parents of children with disabilities. Since then the organization has grown and is dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with disabilities.
Parent to Parent
Professional Training and Resources
ASPIRE Training for Parents
ASPIRE is a student-led IEP initiative that provides the student with the opportunity to develop self-determination skills. Self-determination skills are a combination of attitudes and abilities that lead students to set goals for themselves, take the initiative to reach these goals, and make their own choices.
Training and Events
Check out the Parent to Parent Training and Events Calendar. Parent to Parent provides training and support to parents on many topics such as behavior management, healthcare, Medicaid, IEP, and many other disability-related topics.
Click on the link below to access the Parent 2 Parent Training and Events Calendar.