Parent to Parent links parents with a trained volunteer Support Parent who has a child or family member with the same or similar disability, health impairment, or who are experiencing a similar issue. NZ unique to Parent to Parent. Connect here.
This key service provides information on over 3600 conditions – all research and evidence-based. NZ unique to Parent to Parent. Get information.
Seminars and Training Workshops
Developed for families/whanau and the various stages they go through with a family member with a disability, and delivered nationwide by trained facilitators. View workshops.
Programmes to support siblings who have a brother or sister with a disability or health impairment. Find out more about SibSupport.
A national information and advisory service for people living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), their families, whanau and professionals working with people on the autism spectrum. Find out more.
Building on more than three decades of work in the disability community, in late 2015 SAMS (Standards and Monitoring Services) and Parent to Parent combined their values, vision, people, connections and strengths.
The result is a ground-breaking carer learning and wellbeing resource service, designed in New Zealand by carers specifically for carers in the disability community. Visit Care Matters.