Please join us for our Annual Parent to Parent Holiday Party
Join us for crafts, fun activities, Photos with Santa and much more!
Saturday, December 2
Bloedel Donovan Park, Large Multipurpose Gym
2214 Electric Avenue in Bellingham
There are two time slots families are welcome to join us:
Families of a child with special needs ages birth to seven are invited from: 12 noon to 1:30 pm
Families of a child with special needs ages eight and up from:
1:30 pm – 3 pm
Beverages will be provided *Please bring your favorite healthy potluck dish to share.
Can you volunteer time to support the Holiday Party? We are looking for volunteers with setting up and cleaning up after the event. We are looking for help during the event with photo printing, food, and greeting new families. This years Holiday Party will feature the 2018 Smiles of Life Calendar Release and celebrate the models! To RSVP or to sign up for volunteering, please contact the P2P office at (360) 715-0170 ext 302 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Co Sponsored by Bellingham Parks & Recreation
Parent to Parent Travels to Lynden
Topic: Parenting your Special Needs Child
Monday, November 13, 7-8:30pm
Fisher Elementary, 501 14th St, Lynden
Free childcare is available at our Monday Support Meetings. Please RSVP by Friday November 10 to reserve your spot. If you are bringing your child, please arrive 10 minutes early to the meeting to get them checked in with our Super Sitters.Contact us with any questions at email@example.com or (360) 715-0170 ext 302
Please join us for our Down syndrome Outreach Parent Support Meeting Tuesday, September 19th from 5:30-7pm. Our meeting topic will be Behaviors.
Please call or email us by September 8th if you would like free, onsite care for your family member.
Please join us for our Parent Support Meeting on Monday September 11th from 7-8:30pm. We will be having talking about schools and having a Q & A with Educational Advocates. Call or email by September 8th for free on-site childcare.
The Parent to Parent support programs provide emotional support and information to families of children with developmental disabilities, delays, and ongoing health care needs.
NAMI Whatcom provides support for people with mental illness in numerous ways. They educate families, professionals and the public about the scientific evidence that shows serious mental illnesses are neurobiological brain disorders.
The Arc of Washington State’s Take Action works with advocacy groups about legislative process for people with intellectual and developmental disability issues.