Letters and messages from families involved with P2P programs.
"We now have a little “ginger” one-year-old boy who loves squash, his dog Arnold, and his big Sister Ali with all his heart and has Down Syndrome.” We are not alone anymore-connected to Parent to Parent/Children’s Village and many other parents.
We’ve made deep connections with other parents also on a similar journey. But, most importantly, we’ve been able to give back to others and, hopefully, make a difference to someone else. By Heather Milliren - Skagit County Parent to Parent Coordinator October 28, 2016
Tiffany Wheeler Thompson – Island County Parent to Parent January 26, 2017
by Alaina Kube, Parent to Parent Coordinator - The Arc of Snohomish County ..."Parent to Parent was a natural fit for me as I was able to build on my personal experiences and obtain the training and tools needed to support other families who have children with special needs. I now have an increased understanding of disability services and am able to better navigate systems and advocate for my family and the families we support at The Arc of Snohomish County. But most importantly, I am able to help families connect with each other and realize that they are not alone!"
Tracie Hoppis, Yakima P2P
Testimony from Kim Smith, South Sound Parent to Parent given during the 2016 Legislative Session.
This is the testimony that Michelle Williams gave to her Legislators in January 2016 when she commented on the P2P bill.
By Cyndy Knight
A proud mom from Grant/Adams Counties shares about her son.
The Arc of SW Washington and P2P gives a "sense of community."
A parent in Yakima shares how Parent to Parent has benefited her family.
A parent shares specific ways that the providers at Children's Village have supported her son and her family.
An aunt from Spokane, WA shares her experience with P2P.
A parent from Lewis County shares her experience with Parent to Parent WA.
An article in Parent Map magazine written by Patricia Guthrie on September 26, 2013.
A story written by Stacey Schultz, nationally published freelance writer in Seattle. Stacy writes about parenting, health, education and the environment. Her website is staceyshultz.com.
Read how P2P Coordinator Carla Nibler (Walla Walla) helped Whitman student Michaela Lambert with her "Best Buddies" project.