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Advocacy Services

Families/caregivers can need assistance at any stage. Advocates are here to offer individualized support that relates specifically your situation.

At no charge, CPARC helps individuals and families access community and school-based services.

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Advocates help families with children that need special education support. They work with the family and the school to get an individualized education plan (IEP) in place. As your child transitions to middle school and then high school, advocates continue to provide support.

Advocates also provide resources about the adult intellectual disability service system. They can answer your questions about vocational training, adult day activities, community supports, and regulations about disability rights. They can help you access legal resources and communicate with legal and medical professionals. Click for more frequently asked questions about Education Advocacy FAQ and Adult Advocacy FAQ.

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