Parent Resources

Georgia Parent Mentor Partnership

The Georgia Parent Mentor Partnership is an alliance of parents and professionals working together to improve outcomes for students with disabilities by enhancing communication and collaboration between families, educators, and the community. 

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Georgia Parent Mentor Partnership
Resources and Information
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Parent Satisfaction Survey

The Georgia Parent Mentor Partnership encourages parents to get involved.  The 2021 Family Involvement Survey will be open from January 19, 2021, to May 31, 2021.  The website provides information about the survey and links for access. 

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Family Resources

The Georgia Parent Mentor Partnership provides information, services, and resources about the unique needs of children with disabilities. 

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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

Kathy Simmons

Phone:  478-374-3783

email: ksimmons@dodge.k12.ga.us

Montgomery County Schools

Matt Reese

Phone:  912-583-4132 ext. 140

email:  mreese@montgomery.k12.ga.us

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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. 

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Professional Training  and Resources
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WAZE TO Adulthood Parent Training

A FREE SELF-PACED online course focused on providing transition information to parents/caregivers of students with disabilities who are transitioning from high school to adulthood.  Information provided in this course is to help make transition planning easier.

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WAZE to Adulthood Professional Training

A FREE SELF-PACED online course focused on providing transition information to professionals working with students with disabilities who are transitioning from high school to adulthood.  Information in this course is to help make transition planning easier.

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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.

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