For Black and Latinx Families
Learn to tell your story with power and conviction to get the best results for your child (and for yourself). This program is part of the Torchbearers Advocacy Series which is a workshop for Black and Latinx families of children with health, learning concerns or disabilities who are dealing with bias and unequal outcomes in the systems that serve them.
Join Nikki Montgomery, MA, MEd, GPAC, in this workshop series, where you will learn to turn your narrative skills inward to support self care, confidence building and gather personal support to cope with the demands of caregiving and parenting. Please note that registration for this program will close on Friday, September 10.
Register and you will be emailed information about how to join this program using the free Zoom app or by calling in using a toll-free number. When you register for the program, you will get instructions on how to receive your workshop materials. This program is a safe space and will not be recorded. It is presented in partnership with Madvocator Educational and Healthcare Advocacy Training and Mother2Mother.
Due to grant funding, this program is open to residents of the Greater Cleveland area.
Call, text or email:
P.O. Box 45372
Westlake, Ohio 44145
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