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PIP: Parents in Partnership

PIP: PARENTS IN PARTNERSHIP

Parents In Partnership is a Leadership Development Opportunity for Parents of Children with Disabilities

PIP is a statewide program in which a group of parents and other caregivers meet together  during the year to share their family stories, challenges, joys and triumphs of raising their children. At PIP participants will learn about the community and statewide resources for children with disabilities; explore issues around health, education, transition, policy making, legislation, inclusion, self-determination, family well-being, and IDEA Special Education Law. 

The Program Assists Parents in Developing:

  • Communication Skills
  • Leadership Skills
  • Positive Advocacy Skills
  • Collaboration Skills
  • Their own Community Action Plan
  • Knowledge about planning for life after high school
  • Knowledge about valuable resources

Who Can Sign Up?

  • Parent(s), foster parent(s), or grandparent(s), who have children with disabilities ages 6-14 (14-20) if a Transition PIP)
  • Children must be receiving special education
  • Those who have attended a PIP in the past are not eligible to attend
  • Must be able to attend all sessions
  • Space is limited 

Additional Information about PIP:

Parents in Partnership offers several trainings running concurrently throughout the state. The training is free of charge for families and is paid for with DPI IDEA Discretionary funds and WSPEI. 

Transition PIP Training for 2020/2021

Transition Parents in Partnership trainings will take place virtually via Zoom beginning this fall. Now is a great time to take advantage of top-notch training without the stress of traveling or being away from home! Check out the link below to the flyer for training dates and training options. 

Transition PIP Virtual Training  2020-2021 Flyer

Transition PIP Virtual Training Flyer in Spanish 2020-2021

Registration Link

 


 


"I've been sending the word out (about the upcoming PIP training) to many families. I just want to tell you how much I appreciate the workshops and the conference. I just had the most amazing moment talking with a parent and reiterating the importance of relationships and communication. I feel so strong in my advocacy;  not only for my own daughter but for all the kids in our district. I would have never been so empowered if it wasn't for you. Thank you so very much for everything!!" - Parent from 2016-2017 Door County PiP

PiP

I just wanted to thank you so much for the experience of YiPPE.  It was absolutely wonderful!  We learned so much, and I personally feel that we are very prepared for my daughter's transition into adulthood and beyond!

Parent

Contact the WSPEI Family Information and Support Specialist Team
at 833-879-7734 or 833(USWSPEI) | E-mail wspei@cesa12.org