Stay abreast of the latest developments at Texas Parent to Parent and learn of opportunities to connect with other parents and professionals. To receive our quarterly newsletter, annual conference registration packet, program information and resources, please complete one of the following registration forms:
Join our mailing list by completing this short registration form and we'll send you a quarterly newsletter and let you know of resources in your area. We just need your contact information and a little information on your child. We look forward to meeting you.
If you would like to matched one-on-one with a experienced trained Parent Mentor OR would like to be trained to be a Supporting Parent Mentor, a MEd Volunteer, or a NICU Network Volunteer, please fill out this registration form.
TxP2P collaborates with professionals in a number of important ways with the ultimate goal to improve outcomes for children with special health care needs. By improving communication and increasing understanding among parents of children with a disability or chronic illness, parents can become better advocates for their child. TxP2P has a number of programs where professionals can participate and learn more about the unique family dynamics and stressors these parents face so they are better prepared to help them.
- Medical Education Program (MEd) – Pediatric and Family Practice residents and other medical professionals learn about families with a child who has a disability or chronic illness. For additional information, contact Sherry at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Family to Family Health Information Center (F2F HIC) – Provide information, education and trainings to assist caregivers in making informed choices about short-term and long-term care for their children. Many of these are provided through our Regional Conferences and our Statewide Conference.
- Technical Support for Parent Groups – TxP2P has experience in the startup and maintenance of support groups of many kinds and part of our mission is to help new groups form in areas of the state where they are needed. For additional information, email Laura@TxP2P.org