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Raising Special Kids is a 501 (c )3 non-profit organization that provides support and information for parents of children, from birth to age 26, with a full range of disabilities and special health care needs. Programs are offered at no cost to families, and are available in English and Spanish.
Parent Training and Information Center
Raising Special Kids is Arizona's Parent Training and Information Center (PTI), one of over 100 centers authorized under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to provide assistance in special education to families and schools.
Family-to-Family Health Information Center
Raising Special Kids serves as a Family-to-Family Health Information Center funded by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Maternal and Child Health Bureau. Family-to-family centers employ parents of children with special health care needs who have experience navigating complex health care and social service systems to help other parents facing similar circumstances.
Raising Special Kids is the Arizona chapter of Family Voices, a national network which advocates for health care services and provides information for families with children and youth with special health care needs.
Raising Special Kids is the Arizona chapter and a Founding Member of P2P USA, a national nonprofit committed to promoting evidence-based practices in access, quality and leadership in parent to parent support.
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