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Our Mission

Parent to Parent of New York State builds a supportive network of families to reduce isolation and empower those who care for people with developmental disabilities or special healthcare needs to navigate and influence service systems and make informed decisions. 

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2012 Ford Fusion, SE for Sale

Bids are being accepted through Wednesday, January 28, 2015

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CSS - Self-Determination Using Consolidated Supports and Services (CSS)

Self Determination/CSS in New York has created a means of developing the potential for individualized, self-directed services.  It offers the opportunity to design services based on an individual’s desires and needs as identified in a Person Centered Plan.  It is a mechanism developed by NYS OPWDD (Office for People with Developmental Disabilities).  

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Disability Prevention Poster

Parent to Parent of NYS designed this poster to promote prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and Shaken Baby Syndrome.

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Respectful Language Bookmark

Parent to Parent of New York State designed this bookmark to raise awareness about how the language used to describe people with disabilities shapes the attitudes of those around us.

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State Employees' Federal Appeal

Please consider donating to Parent to Parent of NYS during this year's State Employees' Federal Appeal Campaign.

A Family to Family Health Care Information & Education Center.

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A Message From Our Director

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Caregiving: A Personal Story

By Janice Fitzgerald

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Parent to Parent of NYS Brochure

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Health Care Notebook

A Health Care Notebook is an organizational tool for families who have children with special health care needs.

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Guide to Understanding NYS OPWDD Supports & Services

Developed by Parent to Parent of NYS to inform families about the wide range of services available to qualified individuals and to assist them in accessing those services for their loved one with a developmental disability.

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