Find opportunities to become a family advisor

Interested in becoming a family advisor? It makes sense to start looking for opportunities by contacting people and organizations that you know to learn about what opportunities might exist:

  • Ask other parents about ways to get involved.
  • Let your child’s health care providers, teachers, therapists and community service providers know you are interested in getting involved.
  • Contact community based organizations (ie. Parent-to-Parent, Father’s Network, Medical Home Leadership Network).
  • Talk with diagnosis specific organizations like the Epilepsy Foundation or Autism Speaks.
  • Look for opportunities at the Center for Children with Special Needs through Support Our Work.

Once you have found an opportunity in a family advising role, it is important to decide if it is the right opportunity for you.

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