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Family Connections Program

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Learning that your child has a disability can be overwhelming and confusing. Many parents of children who have been recently diagnosed are full of questions and concerns. Having one-on-one support from another parent who has “been there” can be helpful in answering your questions and letting you know that you are not alone.

Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center’s (CPAC) Family Connections program is for parents in Connecticut who have a child with a disability, ages birth to three years old who are receiving services through Connecticut’s Birth to Three System. CPAC matches parents, one-on-one, with other experienced parents who also have children with disabilities, and are able to provide answers to questions, a listening ear, resources and guidance. Parent matches are made based on the children’s disabilities, ages and location in the state.

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