One on One Assistance & Support

  • Talk to someone who understands
  • Give us a call
  • Come to a support group

Many of Family Resource Network’s program staff members are parents of children with disabilities or special health care needs who are prepared to respond to your needs or concerns from the very first phone call. As parents, we share experiences similar to yours. As trained and experienced peers we are also familiar with the process for accessing services that your child and family may need.

Whether you are the parent of a premature infant, of a toddler with autism, a fourth-grader with learning disabilities, the parent of a teenager with cerebral palsy, or are struggling to manage the daily challenges of caring for a child with special health care needs, FRN can offer information and emotional support.

Individual support provided in person in our office or over the phone. Although we welcome walk-in clients, we can better meet your needs if you call ahead to arrange an appointment.

Groups and Activities: Parents can connect with other parents by attending one of FRN’s Support Groups. Families of young children are welcome to drop in our monthly 'Coffee and Conversation' to meet FRN staff, chat with other families and discover what supports FRN can offer their family.

Referrals: If you are a professional trying to locate family support services for a client, please call. We have an extensive list of community resources and support groups.

Questions??? If you are not sure if we can help, call and we will help guide you to appropriate support.

 

 

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許多我們的員工都是與您具有類似的情況的家長,他們的子女可能是&220855;有殘障或有特殊健康護理需求的人。我們的員工隨時準備接聽您的電話回應您的需求或問題。身為家長具經驗又資深的同儕,我們切身了解您的經歷。並很熟悉取得您子女和家庭需要服務的程序。

 

無論您家有早產兒、自閉幼兒、學習有障礙的四年級生、腦性痲痺青少年,或者您因為要照顧有特別健康護理需求的子女而無法應付日常生活的挑戰,家庭資源網絡都能提供相關的資訊和精神支援。Whether you are the parent of a premature infant, of a toddler with autism, a fourth-grader with learning disabilities, the parent of a teenager with cerebral palsy, or are struggling to manage the daily challenges of caring for a child with special health care needs, FRN can offer information and emotional support.